#313 - Caleb Quaye Interview

Caleb Quaye has a conversation with Tom about his long association with Elton John, playing on many of his most iconic albums, including Tumbleweed Connection and Blue Moves. Caleb reveals that he was involved in Elton's name change from Reginald Dwight. Caleb also explains why he hopes to play onstage with the Rocket Man for the first time in decades next year at the Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. 

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