The Billy Joel Tour 2015 started with as many surprises as 2014. The initial Billy Joel concert after no news for months involved just two new offerings of MSG tickets continuing his Madison Square Garden residence. Without even time for the rumors to start, shows in both Orlando Florida and Miami became official. Before Orlando sales even went on sale for the public to buy Billy Joel announced new concerts in Atlanta and Dallas. Tickets for three new Madison Square Garden performances soon went on sale for the public to buy making the total 15 Billy Joel MSG sold out performances so far. Joel says he will play a Madison Square Garden concert each month as long as the public wants him to keep playing. In 2014 the Billy Joel Tour visited arenas all over North America? Is a multi city tour in 2015 upon us?
As for the songs one may hear at these 2014 & 2015 Billy Joel concerts, some may not be quite as familiar to those looking to buy Billy Joel tickets, but few may classify as new creations. At his impromptu show Billy Joel spoke about playing some songs he rarely if ever performed in concerts before. The tune Blonde Over Blue written for his ex wife Christy Brinkley stood out in the group as he played the song in concert for the first time ever. Other material came from Cold Spring Harbor, the Billy Joel album issued prior to Piano Man. Of course, fans heard Piano Man and many Billy Joel favorites too.
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Billy Joel tickets for Madison Square Garden concerts May 9 and June 21 plus the Hollywood Bowl May 17, 22 and 27 highlight his spring tour dates. Tickets for Billy Joel New York, Chicago, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Los Angeles and Boston plus all other concert tour dates, remain available from BillyJoelTour2014.com and Tickets-Cheapest.com from Financial Firebird Corporation, even when a concert is sold out or fans want premium seats or floor tickets.