US charts: Elton hits 37-year high

Paul Williams

Elton John has scored his highest charting solo album in the States since 1976 with The Diving Board debuting at No 4.

Although he reached No 3 on the Billboard 200 in 2010 with The Union in conjunction with Leon Russell, the last time he charted so high as a solo act across the pond was 37 years ago when Blue Moves made it to No 3. That album followed seven consecutive No 1 albums on the chart for him, ...

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