Das Konzert gestern war der totale Hammer!!! Wir sind immer noch total aus dem Häuschen. Dass Crocodile Rock gefehlt hat, stimmt...aber es war trotzdem einfach nur GEIL Elton war super gelaunt..und das Publikum war auch super👍🏼👍🏼
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Elton hat mit Looking Up seinen eigenen Rekord gebrochen... Der Song ist den Billboard Charts auf Platz 20 eingestiegen. Das wäre in 54 Jahren der 71. Charteinstieg:
Elton extends his record for the most appearances in the 54-year history of Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart, as "Looking Up" enters at No. 20. The song marks his 71st entry on the ranking. Barbra Streisand ranks second with 64 AC hits.
"Looking Up" is the lead single from Elton's February 5, 2016 studio album "Wonderful Crazy Night", co-produced by Elton and T Bone Burnett, who worked on Elton's last studio set, 2013's "The Diving Board". The song also marks his highest AC debut (on the chart dated January 30, 2016) since "You Can Make History (Young Again)" launched at No. 11 in 1996.
Elton first charted on AC with the No. 9-peaking classic "Your Song," which bowed on the December 26, 1970, ranking. He tallied his 70th entry, the No. 18-peaking "Can't Stay Alone Tonight" (from The Diving Board), in 2014.
Here's an updated look at the artists with the most appearances in the Adult Contemporary chart's archives. Along with holding the record for the most AC visits, Elton also boasts the most No. 1s (15, a mark he shares with the Carpenters) and top 10s (39). When Billboard celebrated the survey's 50th anniversary in 2011, Elton was honored as the chart's all-time top performer.
Total AC Hits, Artist
71, Elton John 64, Barbra Streisand 58, Neil Diamond 53, Elvis Presley 50, Barry Manilow 50, Johnny Mathis 49, Kenny Rogers 48, Frank Sinatra 46, Herb Alpert/Tijuana Brass 45, Dionne Warwick