“Here’s to the Next Time” was recorded in DJM Studios in 1967 when he was still known as Reg Dwight. It was the B-side to John’s debut single, “I’ve Been Loving You.”
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He also shared “Billy and the Kids,” which is part of the B-Side record in Jewel Box. Recorded in 1986, it was released as a B-side, despite fans thinking that it should have been part of his 1986 album, Leather Jackets.
And while concerts are still on the back burner this year, John announced that he’ll be touring North America again in 2022.
You can listen to both “Here’s to the Next Time” and “Billy and the Kids” here.
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