Billy Joel Brings Out Paul Simon & Miley Cyrus at Madison Square GardenMiley lent her support on "New York State of Mind" and joined Joel and Simon for "You May Be Right," which segued into Led Zeppelin's "Rock and Roll,"
Billy Joel's 'We Didn't Start The Fire' Gets Historically Accurate VideoThe fan-created video features "historically accurate news coverage accompanying all 100+ events mentioned" in the track.
Billy Joel Names Favorite Songs, Performs 'Miami 2017'“I actually think about that on when I’m stage — what would I want to see me do?” Joel said. “I tend to like the album tracks, not the ones that are the hit singles.”
Billy Joel Crashes Cover Band SetBilly Joel's brief set featured "You May Be Right" and covers of songs by the Rolling Stones, the Beatles (via Joe Cocker) and Led Zeppelin.
Amy Schumer And Jennifer Lawrence Had A Dance Party, And The Video Is Adorable!And it all happened on Billy Joel's piano!
Billy Joel Will Play New York's Nassau Coliseum's Final ShowJoel will play the coliseum on Aug. 4 for its final show.
Watch Jimmy Fallon Lead a Drunken Singalong of 'Piano Man'Because why not?
Stream 'The Art of McCartney,' Featuring Covers by Bob Dylan, Billy Joel & MoreFans can get an early listen of the impressive compilation today via a YouTube stream.
Bob Dylan, Billy Joel & KISS Celebrate Paul McCartney on New Covers AlbumPaul McCartney is getting the royal treatment from his fellow musicians in a new covers compilation that spans the former Beatle's time with the Fab Four and Wings, along with his solo career.
Watch: Barbra Streisand and Billy Joel Talk 'New York State of Mind' [Premiere]One of the most enduring songs of Billy Joel's incredible songbook is about to get a very New York update via a duet with Barbra Streisand.
Barbra Streisand 'Partners' with John Mayer, Stevie Wonder, Elvis and More for Duets AlbumThe legendary singer will also feature Blake Shelton, Lionel Richie and John Legend on her upcoming release.
Billy Joel Makes an Appearance in PBS Baby Boomers DocumentaryDirected by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, the 90-minute production will feature a total of 19 notable public figures born between 1946 and 1964.