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On Wednesday night (July 18th), Billy Joel will perform his 100th career show at New York's Madison Garden. The "Piano Man," whose concert this week also marks the 60th gig in his ongoing Garden residency, spoke about his 40-year relationship with the venue, telling Pollstar, "I really can’t get my head around it. . . Those shows don’t seem so far away from when we started doing the residency at Madison Square Garden, which was already an unreal concept to me. Now I’m a franchise at MSG, like a sports team? And now we’re at 100, it’s all very surreal. We’re just planning on doing our show, like we always do. If someone shows up and wants to play (at the 100th show), that’s great, but so far I’ve got no plans. If something pops into my head, I’ll do it. The crew may be planning some kind of surprise that I don’t know about, they love to do that. They love to throw me off guard. I may get a pie in the face, who knows?"
He went on to tell Parade.com his reasoning for remaining such a massive draw at MSG: "I think that’s luck. I’m from New York. Madison Square Garden’s my hometown venue. It was natural for them to pick me to play there. We sell (seats) in the round every night. A lot of acts don’t play the back (of the arena), just the front. We play it all. . . I’m an unlikely candidate for a rock star. I don’t look like a rock star. I’m like the eternal underdog. In my songs' lyrics, there’s a lot of acknowledgment that I’m a screw-up, y'know, I’m human. I’m as lost as you are. Like you, I’m just trying to find my way. I guess people like that."
The latest round of Led Zeppelin reunion rumors claim the band is in discussions for some type of live event to mark its 50th anniversary later this year. Zeppelin last performed on December 10th, 2007 in London with drummer Jason Bonham filling in for his late-father John Bonham. A, quote, "well-placed source" revealed to Britain's The Daily Star, "Everyone around the band is buzzing. Jimmy (Page) and Robert (Plant) are talking again and discussing how to celebrate the big anniversary. Realistically this will be the last time that the band has a reason to reunite. At the moment there are many things on the table being discussed and obviously playing live is one of them. If they won’t play, then they will get other stars out on stage playing their hits and then they would join in."
There are some great shows coming to the Community Arts Center in downtown Williamsport in 2018/2019 season, they include:
Tony Danza, Standards and Stories on Thursday, Sept. 27th, The Little River Band on Friday, Nov. 2nd, and Darlene Love on Friday, Feb. 1st. Plus many more great shows! For tickets on these shows and more, please visit www.caclive.com