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Backed by members of Memphis band FreeSol, the 'What Goes Around...' singer delights fans with impromptu performance at his Southern Hospitality restaurant in the Big Apple.
The 90-minute premiere episode on October 16 will be followed by six one-hour episodes in the weeks after, but the final six installments will only start airing in February 2012.
Words are, the 'Machete' actress feels that the lyric from Billy's 1989 song, 'I Go to Extremes', are important because it represented everything she's been through.
Following Elton John's statement on Joel's heavy drinking problems weeks before, the upcoming memoirs will address about his failed marriages, his struggle with depression and his substance abuse.
The Piano Man is reportedly set to return to stage with the Rocket Man at John's upcoming gig in New York.
His representative said the singer is doing 'extremely well' but did not disclose when he could get back on stage.
Unlike Britney Spears who makes a guest-starring appearance, Billy Joel rules out idea to appear in the TV show, insisting he's 'not a big TV actor type of guy.'
Charice, Joan Osborn, Billy Joel, Raphael Saadiq and David Foster chose formal outfit, while Kim Carnes preferred to go causal.
Joel's model ex-wife Christie Brinkley has praises the singer since he has been a lifesaver for her when she was going through her divorce from Peter Cook.
Alexa Ray has always felt insecure about her nose so she went under the knife to 'feel pretty'.
The daughter of Billy Joel, who is set to release her latest album in June, has treated revelers at a New York City lounge with an impromptu performance.
Alexa Ray Joel has landed a deal to become the new face of the Prell shampoo line, the same brand which her mother used to advertise in 1986.
The former member of Destiny's Child gets cozy with model Keston Karter in two of the pictures taken from the video shoot.
The Jonas Brothers' youngest star confirms that he will be singing Billy Joel's verses, adding he is proud to be part of the project.