How to get Billy Joel MGM Grand Tickets.
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More about Billy Joel.
Owner of more hit singles than there are strip malls in his local Long Island, N.Y., Billy Joel has fashioned the prototypical pop career from unmatched songcraft, a penchant for genre-bouncing from one album to the next, and over-the-top stage performances. A child of 1950s R&B and 1960s British Invasion, Joel has always maintained an unusual knack for pending up with songs that sound just as good if not better on the AM radio of your uncle's '73 Pinto as they do on the living room hi-fi.
This fidelity to the pop aesthetic over the path of twelve studio albums and countless radio hits opening with the autobiographical "Piano Man" in 1973 on through "The River of Dreams" twenty years later has won Joel a fan base ranging from twenty-somethings raised on his late '70s/early '80s classics ("My Life," "Only The Good Die Young," and "Pressure" among them) to the parents of those same twenty-somethings who hear a bit of the Beatles, Dylan, and Smokey Robinson in those same classics. Although Joel aloof himself from the pop fold following River of Dreams, his mighty back catalog continues to sell in hefty chunks.