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Billy Joel Show Review

Venue: Pepsi Center

Location: Denver, Colorado

Date: 09/16/15

Inebriation Level: Too Sober For Comfort

For some reason, when I was a kid, the very first bands I jammed to were The Beatles and Billy Joel. 965 more words


Where everybody knows your name?

I recently ran across lyrics to an interesting song, with a VERY interesting line: “Half my life I lived in fear I’d burn in hell, but now it’s clear, that a bar is just a church that serves beer.” That jarred my memory about a journal entry I wrote a long time ago which, with a little re-editing, is below. 558 more words

Business or Pleasure?

Following directions.

It’s not that important, right? Left, right, up, down, “No parking,” “Sophie, please don’t grab my food with your hands,” “Seriously, this steak is mine,” “No, you can’t have my autographed poster of Miss Piggy” etc. 1,522 more words

100-Year-Old Piano Man Honored In Manhattan

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The oldest singer and piano player in Manhattan was honored on Friday.

At 100 years of age, Irving Fields still knows how to tickle the ivories and does it six nights a week at Tuscany, a restaurant on West 58th Street. 149 more words


Billy Joel Really Did the Start Fire According to NYPD Report

Despite repeated protests that it had always been burning since the world was turning, musician Billy Joel was arrested on Monday night by state troopers for his part in an upscale Brooklyn house fire that left four people with life-threatening injuries and the building in ruins. 365 more words

Strange But True

The Piano Man Project By Kat French

A delightfully romantic, heartwarming read for everyone who’s ever looked for The One and found someone better.

You: kind, piano-playing sex god
Me: hopelessly romantic charity shop manager… 342 more words

Romantic Comedy

Watch: Paul Simon Joined Billy Joel on Stage Last Night

By Brian Ives

In Long Island, Nassau Coliseum is an iconic venue, the home of the NHL’s Islanders (who are moving to Brooklyn’s Barclays Center next season). 234 more words

The Route 103