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File:Elton John on stage, 2008.jpg


English: Elton John, English singer-songwriter and pianist, on stage at the Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster, England.
Date 12 July 2008
Source Elton John on Flickr
Author Richard Mushet on Flickr

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53° 30′ 35.81″ N, 1° 6′ 46.99″ W

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