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New Elton John/Leon Russell Documentary Coming To HBO!

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Cameron Crowe's new documentary, The Union, which chronicles the making of the collaborative album of the same name by Elton John and Leon Russell, has been picked up by HBO and will be premiere on January 2012!

Elton says:

"I’m a great fan of HBO and their extraordinary programming, so I’m particularly thrilled that they will be airing 'The Union.'"

We're particularly thrilled that we'll get to see this!

Definitely gonna be a good one! Yay!

What do U think?? Are U looking forward to The Union?

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2 comments to “New Elton John/Leon Russell Documentary Coming To HBO!”

  1. 1

    Leon, I remember seeing you in concert back in 1967, and now you're as freaky as that Oak Ridge Boy's country and western singer.
    You know the one I mean, with that Unibomber beard.
    I would have fucked you way back then for free. Loved your music.
    Now, you're an old, old 69 year old mess and I'm still pretty hot, I must say.
    You don't look like you had as much fun as Joe Cocker and Johnny Cash or Waylon.
    Hope I'm wrong.
    What the hell happened to you?

  2. @v@ says – reply to this


    Leon's been trucking along working steadily, but articles state he had a five hour brain surgery in Jan. 2010, so this is Leon recovering. In other words, he keeps on cranking them out. I do believe Elton gave him a huge boost picking him up when he'd be down trying to recover. Leon's looking better than ever now, Re: luvs2tango – . Do some Leon net hunting. A pic in the L.A. Times of Elton and Leon at the Hollywood Palladium will have you eating your words. Did you stop doing it for free after '67?