Aaron Freeman focused on the classic work of Billy Joel as part of his first show using the Gene Ween moniker since his 2012 split with Ween.
Billy Joel closed out the '70s with two of the bestselling albums of the decade in The Stranger and 52nd Street.
Ween co-founder Aaron Freeman temporarily ditched his "Gene Ween" alias after the band split up, starting a new band dubbed Freeman in 2014.
On this night, it was more like, "Sing me some Billy Joel, you're the late-night man."
Billy Joel has been one of rock's steadiest live draws since he first hit the touring circuit as a solo act in the early '70s.
Given how ruthlessly he's mocked it in the past, Billy Joel would probably be perfectly happy if no one ever covered his 1989 hit 'We Didn't Start the Fire'
The headlining contingent at this year's Bonnaroo Festival will feature a couple of well-known veteran artists.
AC/DC singer Brian Johnson rang in the new year last night by joining Billy Joel onstage to perform one of the band's all-time classic songs.
Billy Joel has been mixing up his Madison Square Garden residency with some surprises here and there.