Although he's spent the past few months saying that he's given up touring, Billy Joel may have had a change of heart. In a new interview, Joel says that if he launch another tour, fans shouldn't expect a typical greatest hits show.
Despite not having released a new studio record in the last 20 years (1993's 'River Of Dreams' was the last one), Billy Joel has continued performing live all over the world, both solo and with occasional tour mate Elton John. But now it is reported that retirement may be in the cards for Joel on the concert front as well.
Although has sworn off the idea of doing another full-scale rock tour, Billy Joel still does his acclaimed 'An Evening of Questions and Answers and a Little Bit of Music' series at colleges. At a recent event, a fan wound up playing one of Joel's signature songs with the legendary musician.
Despite a killer performance at the recent 12-12-12 concert at Madison Square Garden and an upcoming headlining slot at JazzFest, Billy Joel will not be mounting a tour any time soon. In a new interview, he disclosed that recent health issues have stopped him from a return to the stage.
The lineup for the 2013 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival has been announced, and two of the most legendary acts in classic rock are slated to perform this year. Fleetwood Mac and Billy Joel will both appear at JazzFest, which takes place over the course of two weekends, April 26-28 and May 2-5.
So, the world isn't going to really end, but just in case, what are the last songs your would put on your playlist until the Big Kaboom? Here are your 20 quintessential Oldiez songs that deserve to be on your iPod before it melts...
It's not even Christmas and we're starting to hear about albums that are coming out in time for Valentine's Day. Today (Dec. 3) comes the news that Billy Joel will release 'She's Got A Way: Love Songs' on Jan. 22, 2013.
The wind and rain that arrived with Hurricane Sandy earlier this week are now nothing more than a memory, but the hard work of rebuilding has just begun -- and an impressive array of rock stars are banding together to help.
It’s week two of Central New York’s Greatest Hit Maker Decision 2012. Week two means more elections, and more votes. We want to focus on what may matter to you the most this election season: The Music. Today let's take a trip to 70's Pop.
Two legendary piano players have paid tribute to longtime Elton John bassist Bob Birch, who died at age 56 of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound on Wednesday (Aug. 15). Both John and his frequent touring partner Billy Joel, with whom Birch also performed, offered kind words through statements on their websites.
Personally, even after all these years in the music business, I don't feel Billy Joel's voice sounds that much different from when he first started in the business. For some singers, you can't say that
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