Saturday, March 29, 2014

iHeart Radio Interviews Elton for GYBR







Listen in as Sir Elton sits down with Jim Kerr to talk about his life at the time, the making of the album, his thoughts on it 40 years later and much more – all in the iHeartRadio Celebration of the 40th anniversary of Goodbye Yellow Brick Road with Elton John!


Plus, hear plenty of the iconic songs from the album, including new live and unreleased studio versions!

- Q1043

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's really obvious you copied this from Eltonjohnworld.com, since the station expressly gave the site the link conveniently on your site now. Also, you've copied other items from them. But you never ever give them credit.

Anonymous said...

Not sure if my comment went through, but I notice your link, like a number of news items, have appeared on other sites like Eltonjohnworld.com. But instead of giving credit, you pretend you found it online yourself.

Paul Jelicich said...
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Paul Jelicich said...

Oh boo hoo, how sad. Get a life! The site offers an embed code - they want it embedded. Eltonjohn.com have the same embed too.

Cry me a river "anonymous"

Anonymous said...

What's the boo-hoo, get a life? YOU get a life! The station expressly gave the site a link, and this ain't the first time you copied without credit, picking up bits from exclusive interviews. It's fine to copy and paste, but if that's all your site consists of . . .

Paul Jelicich said...

Oh no, call the police. Maybe stories are similar because they are all about Elton John?
It's not exclusive, it's on their website, that's where it's copied from.

Grow up.

Anonymous said...

You grow up: You are too stupid to understand what I was trying to get at. While much of the EJ news is indded the same online, there ARE differences, and where only one source has it (like Eltonjohn.com, for instance), it is only proper to give credit. This was not meant as an attack, but you obviously are immature and react very poorly and very rudely.