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December 3rd, 2013 under Billy Joel



Every state has its musical Big Shot they support with all of their heart; California has The Eagles, Florida has Gloria Estefan, Massachusetts has Aerosmith, NJ has Bruce Springsteen and Bon Jovi, and NY has Billy Joel. The premiere location for any band/singer to play in NYC is Madison Square Garden and The Piano Man announced today that he has set up permanent residency at the arena. His first show at his new home is January 27, 2014 and it is sold out. In fact the next 3 shows on February 3, March 21, April 18 also are sold out. The first show that we can get tickets to is on May 9, 2014, his 65th birthday, and from that date on he will be playing MSG once a month as long as we want him to or For The Longest Time.
According to press release since he first performed there back in 1978, he has played 46 shows there. When he becomes a senior citizen, it will be his 50th show. Do know how many musicians would die for the opportunity to play the NYC landmark just once and he will do it over 4 dozens times before he start collecting social security. Who knows how many more times he will be singing Uptown Girl in downtown Manhattan? More than a parent tells their kid Don’t Ask Me Why again. No Pressure, no pressure at all for The Entertainer, who has had his music turned into a Broadway musical and a whole episode of Glee dedicated to his tunes.
If you have never seen Billy Joel live or seen a concert at MSG, I highly recommend you get tickets to see him there. They will be available for pre-sale on December, 4th. I have seen him live 4 times and I would see him again and again even though he tried to hit me over the head with a mic stand. He really puts on a show for everyone to enjoy! So save up to see him live at MSG, it is well worth the money!

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