Looking back at the musical career of Elton John, one might think that this legendary musician was an overnight success. Elton worked the English pubs and clubs for years before his smash hit album, ‘Yellow Brick Road’ rocketed him to stardom. Like all great music, Elton John’s songs have endured the test of time and have been a part of our lives since the late 1960’s.
A composer, a musician (piano) and a phenomenal vocalist, Elton John possesses the ‘holy trinity’ of great musical talent! He is in the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame and is a fellow of the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors. His voice is in the tenor/ baritone range and his piano playing is influenced by both classical and gospel music.
Paul Aleman is also an accomplished singer, songwriter and pianist, who will perform ‘The Music of Elton John’ at Incanto Vallarta on Dec. 4, 5, 7, 9, 12 & 14 at 7 pm. In the past, Vallarta audiences have absolutely loved Paul’s ‘Country Roads’ show, which paid tribute to the music of John Denver. His popularity among Vallarta music lovers continues to grow as he returns each year with new and exciting musical themes.
All new this season, Paul is at the piano and will surely impress concert goers with the iconic music of Elton John, including hits like Crocodile Rock, Bennie and the Jets, Candle In the Wind, Saturday Night’s Alright, Rocket Man, Your Song, and many more favorites. You’ll even hear a few lesser-known classics!
Like the man he pays tribute to, Paul Aleman exudes breathtaking musical talent, knowledge and performance! I’ve seen many of Paul’s shows and have loved every one of them. In fact, he is one of the performers that I always recommend to people looking for an extraordinary show to see. These upcoming performances are likely to sell out, so consider reserving your tickets soon. For more information or tickets go to www.incantovallarta.com
For North Shore folks, Paul will present his Elton John show on Sunday, Dec. 8th at 7 pm at The Tree House Bar & Grill (Coral 68, La Cruz De Juanacaxtle). For tickets call 322 182 4026 or email [email protected].
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