CNET received an invite from the Office of Elton John for an event tomorrow, promising, "prepare to see Elton John as you have never seen him before. A special announcement delivered in a revolutionary way. An experience not to be missed."
We don't know what it is yet, but an augmented reality pop-up in London's King's Cross station suggests virtual music is afoot.
According to tweets, the installation has a self-playing piano and a screen that, when looked through, shows a virtual vintage Elton playing away.
The invite also makes a reference to "Goodbye, Yellow Brick Road," John's 1973 album released 45 years ago.
One person (@daddyrog) who was at the event reports that it was a selfie opportunity, with a Yamaha player piano and a TV screen that showed vintage 70s Elton.
Little Google Cardboard VR headsets were also given out ahead of tomorrow's livestream, suggesting some sort of VR-related element, too. Employees from YouTube were seen at the pop-up event.
Meanwhile, the real Elton John was in Davos earlier this week receiving a Crystal Award from the World Economic Foundation for his philanthropy.
VR has become a busy landscape for music artists broadcasting concerts in 360 or in 3D, or for eltonjohn.com Wednesday, Jan. 24 at 9:30 a.m. PT/12:30 p.m. ET.. We'll be covering the event tomorrow from New York. The event's being broadcast at