billy joel

Noisey News

Billy Joel Doesn't Know Why More People Aren't Cracking Nazi Skulls

"Those creeps are going to march through the streets of my country?" he asked David Marchese. "Uh-uh."
Alex Robert Ross
Noisey News

Bruce Springsteen Performs a Sentimental "My Hometown" at the Tony Awards

Robert De Niro introduced the singer and yelled "fuck Trump" from the podium, but Springsteen brought the room back to a calm quiet just as fast.
Alex Robert Ross
Pity Party

My Mom’s Pregnancy Playlist Helped Me Get to Know Her Better

At 24, I'm the same age as she was when she had me. By listening to the music she liked back then, I took a closer look at our similarities in taste.
Lauren O'Neill
New music

Field Music Are Good, Considerate Humans on Funked Up Tune “Share A Pillow”

Sharing is caring, or something.
Sarah MacDonald
Remembering Things

30 Years Ago, Billy Joel Had a Meltdown in Moscow

In 1987, the piano man tried to bridge the gap between the US and the Soviet Union, and threw an onstage tantrum in the process.
Dan Ozzi
Woah, Dude!

Mac Miller Gets Reflective with a Tender Spin on the Billy Joel Classic "Vienna"

"You've got so much to do, and only so many hours in a day"
Craig Jenkins
Bonnaroo 2015

We Talked to the Dude Who Got Married During Billy Joel's Set at Bonnaroo

This is what it's to watch a wedding with 70,000 people cheering behind the happy couple.
Kyle Kramer

True Facts About Every Band Playing Bonnaroo 2015

We've pulled together one fun piece of trivia about each artist so you can remember exactly who it is you're seeing no matter how many pot brownies you've eaten.
Noisey Staff
Objectively Correct Lists

16 Musicians Losing Their Shit on Stage

Everyone has off nights.
Dan Ozzi

Two Guys Have Made a Sketch Comedy Show about Billy Joel

A Billy Joel-themed comedy? That hasn't happened for the longest time. Woah-oh-oh, for the longest time.
Joseph Yanick
The Worst Issue Ever

10 Must-Have Albums of All Time

They separate the real music fans from the passing fancies. They are the pillars of what we call "music."
VICE Staff