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 the undeniable quality of Billy Joel's love songs, his name has never been one of the hippest to drop in a conversation. Nevertheless, he has carved out a successful career by finding common ground between the Beatles, soul and the Great American Songbook, with a dose of classical piano thrown in for good
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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.
Throughout his career, Billy Joel has never been shy to trumpet the fact that he is a proud son of Long Island, N.Y. So when Hurricane Sandy battered its beloved South Shore, he naturally volunteered his talents for the cause, both at the telethon last month and the 12-12-12 concert at Madison Square Garden.