The "Rocket Man" singer recalled the moment with a savagely funny line on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
“It is so painful to know that we don’t have enough people taking a position that says, ‘Listen, we must have stronger gun laws.’"
The music legend crooned his hit “Isn’t She Lovely” while his son Mandla Morris delighted the crowd by dancing the foxtrot.
The pop star joins already announced performers like Stevie Wonder, Jennifer Hudson and Chaka Khan.
"Spread love... spread hope."
"We cannot limit ourselves by people’s fears and insecurities.”
Weeks after violent clashes in Virginia, tens of thousands of people joined in peaceful celebration.
Performers at at least two games took part in league-wide protests this weekend.
The blind music legend took a knee in wake of Trump's 'sons of bitches' comment.
Music legend has a short and direct message.
“I immediately went into a daze when he got onstage,” Grayson Erhard recalled the surreal moment.