MUSIC – Billy Joel: Piano Man Live at the Space


Five talented musicians take to the stage to play the music of the one and only Billy Joel, and they sure as hell know how to do him justice!

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Fans of his music will fall in love with it all over again, and those who have been living under a rock will likely be racing to download him on Spotify.

Playing live to a full house, the five-piece band brought magic to the stage as they recreated some of Billy Joel’s greatest hits.

They melted hearts as they played She’s Always a Woman and She’s Got A Way, and then made those hearts X to the sound of New York State of Mind and Only the Good Die Young.

The audience got into the groove as they tapped their toes to the irresistible beat. A couple of members in the front row even sang along with the band.

The joy the music created was infectious, lighting up the evening in a way only good live music knows how.

Electric, joyful and infinitely magical, this tribute performance is almost impossible not to love!

The only downfall was that it has to end.

If you get yourself a ticket, you’ll surely be left with an inescapable euphoria that will refuse to fade until the sun comes up the next morning.

Show Information

Venue: theSpace @ Niddrie St, Lower

Dates: 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24th Aug

Time:  7.30pm (0hr50)                                             

Tickets: £10 / concessions £8

Bookings: Here | Fringe Box Offices | 0131 226 0000

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  1. Is this a serious piece??
    I have just left said show, and couldn’t disagree more.
    To play ‘Piano Man’ as your second song and not know the lyrics or how to play it, not only shows a lack of work and research, but also a totally disregard and appreciation for your audience.
    These guys have seen a market at the fringe. They capitalise on the older generation to bring in the crowds, charge them a tenner each, and hope they don’t mention how terrible they are.
    The irony is that he opened with, ‘I saw a bad show today’. This is the worst show at the fringe.

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