It’s hard to believe (or remember) a time when [lastfm]Elton John[/lastfm] was a womanizer.
Today Gene and Julie sat down and spoke with his former fiance!
In the summer of 1970, Linda Hannon was engaged to a struggling musician, sharing a flat in London’s East End with him and his collaborator, supporting all three of them with secretarial work. She had been in the relationship for nearly two years, but less than a month before the nuptials, Hannon’s beau returned home late — around 4:30 a.m. — from a night of drinking with friends and told her it was over.
The musician who got away was Reginald Dwight, best known to the world now as [lastfm]Elton John[/lastfm].
Hannon says she has moved on, but upon learning that John, along with fellow ’70s survivor Leon Russell, would be performing in Fort Worth on Saturday, she felt compelled to reach out to the press in an attempt to facilitate a meeting, however brief.
Read the full story HERE.
Source: Ft. Worth Star Telegram
Watch a live performance of [lastfm]Elton John[/lastfm] singing Someone Saved My Life Tonight: