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The Billy Joel Interview Album
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William Martin Joel (born May 9, 1949) is an American singer-songwriter, composer and pianist. Commonly nicknamed the "Piano Man" after his signature song of the same name, he has led a commercially successful career as a solo artist since the 70s, having released twelve studio albums from 1971 to 1993.

Billy Joel Full Interview In Pollstar. Billy Joel sits down with Pollstar to discuss his extensive career and more. Billy Joel New Interview In Rolling Stone.

Billy Joel and Jon Small, the drummer of The Hassles then formed the psychedelic duo "Attila" and released one album without success. In 1971 Billy Joel started his solo career with the album "Cold Spring Harbour" and finally achieved fame in 1973 with his song "Piano Man". Inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1992. Inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 1999 (Performer).

Half a century into his career, Billy Joel has taken on a game-changing residency at Madison Square Garden. In a wide-ranging interview, Joel talks about why his career endures, and where it's going. Some 20 years since he released his last album of new songs, Billy Joel, who marks his 50th year as a professional entertainer in 2014, is enjoying a career resurgence. Demand for his live performances has never been hotter, with Joel set to play stadiums and arenas coast-to-coast this year.

Vulture's wide-ranging new interview with Billy Joel includes the singer-songwriter's reason for not releasing an album of pop songs since 1993, his overall indifference to lyrics and how he wants to go out in a blaze of ignominy. It's a great interview and recommended reading. He Has a Crazy Idea for His Final Concert.

Live At Shea Stadium. 2011 Live at Shea Stadium, Queens, NY - July 2008. 2006 Live at Madison Square Garden, New York, NY - 2006.

Billy Joel was ready for a big change when he made 1989's Storm Front. He'd been working with producer Phil Ramone for over a decade and together they created the best music of his career, but 1986's The Bridge was a creative and commercial disappointment. Joel wanted to try working with new people, and they parted ways on good terms. Foreigner guitarist Mick Jones was brought in to produce Storm Front, and he helped create a modern album that sounded unlike anything else in the Billy Joel catalog.


Featuring Interview With Denis McNamara
A1 Miami 2017 (Seen The Lights Go Out On Broadway) 5:05
A2 Summer, Highland Falls 3:03
A3 Captain Jack 7:16
Featuring Interview With Denis McNamara
B1 Say Goodbye To Hollywood 4:25
B2 The Ballad Of Billy The Kid 5:28
B3 I've Loved These Days 4:35


  • Concept By – Barry Levine , Steve Backer
  • Interviewer – Denis McNamara
  • Producer [Music] – Phil Ramone


Promo only; never released to public.
Demonstration not for sale.
A CBS College Dept. Production.

A conversation with Billy Joel, featuring 6 tracks from "Songs In The Attic".