Known for his pop-rock music, Billy Joel (dubbed "The Piano Man") is an American musician, composer, and singer-songwriter. His first major hits came in the 1970s, with sonds such as "Piano Man," "Captain Jack," and "Only the Good Die Young." Throughout his career, Joel has earned praise and accolades, winning Grammy Awards, the Kennedy Center Honors, and induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In 2002, the jukebox musical Movin' Out used Joel's music to tell the story of young Americans growing up in the 1960s, impacted by the Vietnam War.
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