Elton John's longtime guitarist and musical director Davey Johnstone says that Elton is considering fitting in a few deep cut rarities shows for the die-hard fans. Johnstone, who joined the original Elton John Band in time for the 1971 Madman Across the Water sessions, told us that what the uber-fans want is different from what the vast majority of concert-goers are paying to see: "Maybe, let's say, 10 percent hardcore fans who think that the tour should be deep cuts and stuff we never heard. But, y'see that's so unrealistic, because as much as I love playin' these songs and listening to them, it's not what your average guy wants." at New York City's Madison Square Garden.

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AUDIO: DAVEY JOHNSTONE ON ELTON JOHN DEEP CUTS SHOW
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