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It’s true that “sorry” seems to be the hardest word, but “farewell” can’t be far behind. After 50 years as the star-studded, sequined troubadour du jour, Elton John is making the rounds of every city he’s conquered along the way, stopping to say "So long, and thanks for the memories" as only he can – with a nearly three-hour show stuffed to the gills with evergreen pop …

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Aging gracefully and knowing when it’s time to call it a day are not part of the purview of rock ‘n’ roll, generally speaking. Case in point: I saw the Who on what the band was calling its “farewell tour” in 1982. At the end of 2017, that band – what’s left of it – was still touring. Cher, Kiss, Ozzy Osbourne – countless musicians have insisted they were kicking the who…

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He stood in for Freddie Mercury. He returned to pay tribute to Mick Jagger. And now the intrepid Brody Dolyniuk is back at Kleinhans Music Hall, this time singing the music of Elton John. “I enjoy being versatile and doing different things,” he told The News in 2013, on the occasion of one of his previous visits. “I can jump from Freddie’s style to Mick’s style to Robert …