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Beginning in 1994, Elton John toured extensively with Billy Joel on a series of Face to Face tours, making them the longest running and most successful concert tandem in pop music history.1 During these shows, the two have played their own songs, each other's songs and performed duets. They grossed over US $46 million in just 24 dates in their sold out 2003 tour.2 John and Joel resumed the Face to Face tour in March 2009 and it ended again, at least for the time being, in March 2010. Joel denied rumors in the trade press that he canceled a summer 2010 leg of the tour, claiming there were never any dates booked and that he intended to take the year off.3 Joel told Rolling Stone magazine: "We'll probably pick it up again. It's always fun playing with him."
The 1994 tour proved a major success playing to huge audiences in jam-packed stadiums across the US starting in East Coast America and ending ins South East America.45
Joel stated in 2012 that he would no longer tour with Elton due to the fact that it restrains his setlists.67