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Here's How to Send a Mother's Day eCard With Billy Joel's Music - Ultimate Classic Rock

Sony Music, his record label, has created the website alwaysloveyou.com, which allows you to create a Mother's Day eCard featuring your selection of one of 10 of Joel's songs. The site also lets you customize the card with your choice of colors, sizes ...

Review: In Tampa, Billy Joel digs up rarities and rehashes the hits for more than 20000 fans at Amalie Arena (w ... - Creative Loafing Tampa

Instead, Joel opted for “Everybody Loves You Now,” a somewhat more recognizable selection from that record. Injecting humor and personal musings between songs, Joel served up jabs at Madonna, a comical story about crooner Frank Sinatra's reluctance ...

BingeListening Billy Joel: “Cold Spring Harbor” and “Piano Man” - HuffPost

For all those youthful flaws, one thing saves Cold Spring Harbor and gives hope for the future. The melodies. Song after song may have lyrics that slip by unnoticed but the melodies lodge in your brain. “Everybody Loves You Now” is a nasty little ...

Billy Joel's songs, ranked: 'Piano Man,' 'New York State of Mind,' more - Newsday

“Everybody Loves You Now” (1971) A next-level singalong to capture that feeling when you're trying to psyche yourself up for a coming challenge, but knowing in the back of your mind that it won't last. 81. “Christie Lee” (1983) A saxy good time filled ...

45 Years Ago: Billy Joel Releases His First Album, 'Cold Spring Harbor' - Ultimate Classic Rock

Joel laid down tracks that showcased his skills in writing piano ballads (“She's Got a Way”) and uptempo pop (“Everybody Loves You Now”) while working classical influences into modern music (“Nocturne”). Cold Spring Harbor could have been a solid debut.

Did Billy Joel give us the best concert of the year? - Charlotte Observer

After Song No. 3 (“Everybody Loves You Now”), Joel noted the oddness of the setup but quipped, “You're actually closer than those people back there in Greensboro,” as he gestured toward the far end of the arena. Two points for geographic awareness, Billy!

Billy Joel closes out Bonnaroo 2015 with a hit-heavy set of nostalgia - Entertainment Weekly (blog)

The seasoned vet and six-time Grammy winner eased into a two-hour set that saw him reach all the way back to 1971 for “Everybody Loves You Now” and then dig out hit after hit. He played his first ever chart-topper, “Piano Man,” as well as “Uptown Girl ...

Concert review: Billy Joel in 'Boston State of Mind' at Fenway Park - MassLive.com

But I'm taking the 'T' now on the blue and orange line, I'm in a Boston state of mind," she sang as a grinning Joel played piano. Stanganelli was not the only guest artist on the bill. Joel was joined near the close of the night by Zac Brown on "You ...

Billy Joel at the Hollywood Bowl: 5 thoughts on his final show - Los Angeles Times

5. Joel didn't need to reference "Mighty Joe Young," as he did following an especially bitter rendition of "The Entertainer," to have us understand the concert as the acting-out of a caged animal. "Piano Man," "Everybody Loves You Now," "It's Still ...

Billy Joel Doles Out the Hits for Monthly Madison Square Garden Residency: Concert Review - Hollywood Reporter

... seems intent on varying the set list for the monthly shows, including plenty of die-hard hits for casual fans while thrilling the loyal ones, and obviously himself, with, in this case, such relatively lesser-performed numbers like "Everybody Loves ...

How Billy Joel became 'The Piano Man' - New York Post

Look at the titles: “She's Got a Way,” “You Can Make Me Free,” “Everybody Loves You Now,” “You Look So Good to Me.” There's a whole cycle of life there, going from “I'm in love with her” to “I can't have her” to, finally, the reality of “I'm at the end ...

A Blender of Genres Squeezes More Juice - New York Times

But some of the nonhits — “I've Loved These Days,” “Everybody Loves You Now,” and “Blonde Over Blue” — felt different: interestingly problematic, unguardedly anxious diaries of ambition and competition. Even with a slick band, they counteracted the ...

4 Things We Learned At Billy Joel's Long Island Show Last Night - Gothamist

After Joel opened the show with “Everybody Loves You Now” and “Movin' Out,” he said: “We're not going to play all hits tonight. I'm tired of that.” He was true to his word; though the two-hour set included plenty of radio favorites, it also featured a ...

Billy Joel's studio albums - Newsday

... of The Chipmunks. The error wasn't fixed until 1983, when the album was remastered properly and rereleased. Despite the sound problems, the album includes some of his most enduring work, including "She's Got a Way" and "Everybody Loves You Now." ...

Billy Joel Piano Man - Music Box

Although it contained a pair of superb tracks that he would later harvest for his seminal concert set Songs in the Attic — She's Got a Way and Everybody Loves You Now — the album tanked. Feeling understandably despondent, Joel moved to the opposite ...

Billy Joel's Radio Days: Live on the Air in Philadelphia, 1972 - RollingStone.com (blog)

"That was the one that made me the superstar I am," singer-pianist Billy Joel announced after playing the bright and frantic "Everybody Loves You Now" from his 1971 solo debut, Cold Spring Harbor, a few months after its release during a live radio ...

"Everybody Loves You Now" is a song written by Billy Joel. It was first released on his 1971 debut album Cold Spring Harbor and was also released as a b-side to his singles "She's Got a Way" and "Tomorrow Is Today." A live version was included on the 1982 live album Songs in the Attic.

"Everybody Loves You Now"
Single by Billy Joel
from the album Cold Spring Harbor
A-side "She's Got a Way"
Released 1972
Format 7"
Recorded July 1971 at Record Plant Studios, Los Angeles, CA
Genre Rock
Length 2:47
Label Family Productions
Philips
Writer(s) Billy Joel
Producer(s) Artie Ripp

"Everybody Loves You Now" is a song written by Billy Joel. It was first released on his 1971 debut album Cold Spring Harbor and was also released as a b-side to his singles "She's Got a Way" and "Tomorrow Is Today." A live version was included on the 1982 live album Songs in the Attic.