A celebration of the songs of Sir Elton John

‘Your Song’ – Mother’s Day Special

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Last Show: Sunday 19 th March 2023

The Pheasantry (Chelsea)

'Your Song' celebrates the songs of Sir Elton John, performed by award winning singer song writer/musician John Reilly with his musical director, Lewis Nitkman. This is not a tribute show but a celebration of excellent, timeless songs, performed from the heart with passion and musical excellence.

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Paul O’Grady (BBC Radio 2)

John Reilly is amazing in his own right. He was born in Liverpool. He won the British and International Song award. He was signed by Agent /Manager Sam Feldman (who represented Bryan Adams, Diana Krall, and Elvis Costello) resulting in a tour of Canada and the US, where many of his recordings became hit singles.

He opened in concert for major stars, including Bryan Adams, Procal Harum and the late Ray Charles. His songs were played in movies, and TV shows, including Dawson’s Creek, and Quantum Leap.

John returned to the UK where he had a 2500 seater concert sell out, and toured with Ray Davis (Kinks) finishing with a sold out concert at the Royal Albert Hall.

"Your Song is a brilliant night of outstanding musicianship, creating an amazing sound, leaving the audience mesmerised" Paul James, Programme Director of Acapela Studios.
"a classic English songwriter" Sunday Express
"every song is beautifully crafted" Classic Rock Magazine
"I’ve simply got to see him live" Graham Norton (BBC Radio 2)

John appeared at a special Grammy Awards 50th Anniversary concert alongside Gary Barlow and Alfie BoeJohn now lives in Sheffield, and his show ‘Your Song’ has been presented across the country, including  Sheffield City Hall , The Lamproom Theatre in Barnsley, Alexander’s of Chester, and Acapela Studios in Cardiff, all ending with standing ovations. 

John Reilly and his brilliant Canadian musical director Lewis Nitkman now bring ‘Your Song’ to the Pheasantry cabaret room for this Mother’s Day special. This will be an evening to remember.