billy-joelLive Nation and the Boston Red Sox are excited to announce the return of Billy Joel to Fenway Park on Thursday, July 16, 2015. After an amazing show last year, this is a night not to be missed!

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Legendary New York-bred singer-songwriter Billy Joel has toured only sporadically in recent years, but fans have plenty of opportunities to score tickets to see him in concert going forward — if they’re willing to head out to New York’s Madison Square Garden. Joel signed an open-ended deal with MSG that will have him playing a concert at the venue once per month for as long as there’s demand. And demand has never been a problem for Joel at he historic New York venue; he played his first show there in 1978, and had logged 46 concerts at the arena by 2013.

New York isn’t alone in its love for the singer. Joel has long been established as one of the top-grossing touring artists in the U.S., and has sold more than 150 million records over the course his four-decade career. After recording a long string of hits including “Piano Man,” “New York State of Mind,” “Just the Way You Are,” “You May Be Right,” “Pressure,” “Uptown Girl,” “We Didn’t Start the Fire,” and “The River of Dreams,” Joel decided that he was done writing pop and rock songs. It’s a decision he’s stuck with; it’s been more than 20 years since he’s recorded a new pop or rock album. He’s composed new classical material instead, while continuing to play songs from his catalog in concert.