Don't miss "Elton John: I'm Still Standing — A GRAMMY Salute" on Tuesday, April 10 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
With a pair of tribute albums and a GRAMMY TV special, it's good to be Elton John right about now.
The GRAMMY nominee reveals her deep respect for the musical icon just after performing one of his biggest hits, "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road."
Catch of glimpse of his duet of "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" with SZA ahead of the TV special "Elton John: I'm Still Standing — A GRAMMY Tribute."
Country star believes John's influence "on so many different genres of artists" is powered by keeping his soulful essence intact.
Find out which of his own classic albums the GRAMMY-winning music icon holds closest to his heart.
Learn why the GRAMMY winner decided to perform a song from John's 1970 concept album, Tumbleweed Connection.
Take a look back at the GRAMMY-winning album that marked a country-rock icon’s foray into traditional Mexican mariachi music.
Being chosen to sing "I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues" will forever be a happy memory and a milestone for her.
The hard rock frontwoman reveals her favorite concert, guilty pleasure song, favorite music-related book, and more.
Hear the GRAMMY-winning stage performer and GRAMMY-nominated songwriter's thoughts on the strength of Elton John's songwriting.
Go backstage in downtown Miami as we take you inside the action at dance music's first big festival of the year.
Follow us behind the velvet rope for an all-access look at the year's premiere gathering for the dance music community.
The GRAMMY nominee dishes on his personal connection with the music icon, including the family secret they shared.
See Ed Sheeran discuss his cover of "Candle In The Wind," and why he's proud to pay tribute to his friend and mentor.