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Legendary British pop star plans Houston return for one-night-only concert

British pop legend returns to Houston for one-night-only concert

Elton John, March 2013, Toyota Center
Elton John performing at the Toyota Center in March 2013. Photo by Lynn Lane

Here's a bit of trivia: Do you now which singer/songwriter holds the record for the biggest-selling single of all time?

Don't go breaking "his" heart if you can't figure it out . . . though mark your calendars for May 1 as Sir Elton John has just announced a return to the Houston area to perform at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in The Woodlands, with tickets going on sale at 10 a.m. on Jan. 9.

John, whose more-than-50-year career includes 35 gold albums, 25 platinum albums and 29 consecutive Top 40 hits, according to a press released issued by Live Nation, will feature tunes from the remastered album Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, and his latest album, The Diving Board, alongside classic hits from his multi-decade stint as a popular entertainer.

The tour presented by Huntsman, titled "All The Hits," comes soon after the 67-year-old British pop star tied the knot officially to hubby David Furnish in a private ceremony just before Christmas.

Just as at his last concert at the Toyota Center in 2013, we're betting John's good friend, Lynn Wyatt, will be on the front row.

And as for the the biggest selling single of all time? That would be "Candle in the Wind 1997."