Billy Joel has teased his first new original music in almost two decades.
The Piano Man recently posted a TikTok video from a concert where he revealed he had been in the studio cooking up "a little something".
He said in the clip: “I have good news, I have bad news, I’ll give you the bad news first. We don’t have anything new to play for you. The good news is you don’t have to sit through something you have no idea what it is! Although … we got a little something we’re working on you might hear sometime.”
And the 74-year-old music legend has just had his Facebook header and his Canvas on Spotify swapped for the phrase: “Did I wait too long…..”
The 'Uptown Girl' hitmaker released the album 'River of Dreams' in 1993, before dropping the classical collection 'Fantasies and Delusions' in 2001.
His last original songs were 2007's 'All My Life' and 'Christmas In Fallujah'.
Meanwhile, the 'We Didn't Start The Fire' hitmaker is hitting the road to play a series of shows across North America this year, and he will be co-headlining a number of the dates with Fleetwood Mac star Stevie Nicks, 75, including stops in Arlington, Texas and Chicago, Illinois in March and June, respectively, while he'll perform alongside Sting, 72, in Tampa, Florida in February as well as in San Diego, California in April and in St. Louis, Missouri in September.
Billy's tour runs from January until September and includes a jaunt to the UK where Billy will perform in Cardiff, Wales on August 9, at the Principality Stadium, alongside special guest Chris Isaak.
The dates will run alongside his final shows at New York City's Madison Square Garden venue where he is winding up his long-running residency.
He is set to wrap up the record-breaking stint, which first began back in January 2014, on July 25, 2024.