WASHINGTON (AP) — “God bless you, let’s make some music,” Elton John said.
With that, the White House South Lawn was transformed into a musical feast of love Friday night as John played a farewell concert to honor everyday ‘heroes’ like teachers, nurses and nurses. AIDS activists. But it turns out the event was also meant to honor the 75-year-old British songwriter – President Joe Biden surprised him with the National Humanities Medal for being a ‘tidal wave’ that helped people stand up for justice.
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