On Instagram, rock music icon Elton John posted a small part of his show ‘Rocket Hour‘s new episode welcoming young British musician Westerman and revealed his first album was better than Elton’s own first album ‘Empty Sky.’
The legendary musician Sir Elton John has been hosting his show named ‘Rocket Hour‘ on Apple Music radio every Saturday. During his shows, Elton has been welcoming the famous musicians to talk about their recent works and also the rising young musicians to promote their music.
A few weeks ago, Elton John celebrated the 250th episode of ‘Rocket Hour’ with a huge cake he posted the photo of on his Instagram account.
Recently, Sir Elton John posted a small part of ‘Rocket Hour’s new episode on Instagram welcoming young British musician Westerman who released his debut album named ‘Your Hero Is Not Dead.’ On the caption of his post, Elton praised Westerman by stating his first album was better than Elton’s first album ‘Empty Sky’ which was released on 6 June 1969.
Here’s what Sir Elton John wrote about Westerman’s album on the caption of his post:
“I’m very proud of my first album, which came out in 1969. But Westerman’s first album is much better than my first album! It’s one of my favorites at the moment, and of the year so far.
Thank you to Westerman for talking to me about the record on this week’s #RocketHour on Apple Music.”
You can see the post Elton John shared on his official Instagram account below.
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I'm very proud of my first album, which came out in 1969. But @westermanmusic's first album is much better than my first album! It's one of my favourites at the moment, and of the year so far. Thank you to @westermanmusic for talking to me about the record on this week's #RocketHour on @applemusic 🚀