Charlies Daniels Band - Great Balls of Fire (1981)
Billy and the Charlie Daniels band perform Jerry Lee Lewis' "Great Balls of Fire" in Nashville (1981). Billy also covered the song with The Hassles back in 1969.
Chuck Berry and others - Reelin' and A Rockin' (1986)
Billy in an all-star band at Chuck Berry's induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1986. Billy's solo is at 3:44 Billy inducted Fats Domino, listen here. It was a thrill.
Bruce Springsteen, Paul Simon - Glory Days (1987)
Billy Joel joins Bruce Springsteen, Paul Simon and others for "Glory Days" in concert (see 8:11 and 13:07) (1987)
Toots Thielemans - Leave A Tender Moment Alone (1983)
Toots Thielemans joins Billy onstage at Wembley Arena for "Leave A Tender Moment Alone" in 1983. Thielemans retired in 2014, at age 93.
Ray Charles - Baby Grand (1986)
Billy and Ray Charles in the music video for "Baby Grand" from The Bridge, produced by Phil Ramone. © 1986 Sony Music Entertainment.
Hall of Fame Rockers - I Saw Her Standing There (1988)
Billy takes up lead vocals in "I Saw Her Standing There" at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1988.
Marlee Matlin - Just The Way You Are (1988)
Billy and actress Marlee Matlin serenade Oscar The Grouch with "Just The Way You Are" on Sesame Street in 1988.
Howard Joel - Medley of Popular Songs (1995)
Billy and his father Howard Joel play a duet medley of popular songs at a Q&A in Nuremberg (1995).
Elton John - Face to Face tour interview (1998)
An extended interview with Billy and Elton John, on the eve of their 1998 Face to Face tour in New Zealand.
David Sanborn - New York State of Mind (1988)
Billy and David Sanborn on "New York State of Mind" at the Grammy Awards. © 1988 The Recording Academy.
Bekka Bramlett - Until The Night (1998)
Billy is joined by Bekka Bramlett on "Until the Night" from a concert at Philadelphia's First Union Center in 1998.
Elton John - Bennie and the Jets (1998)
The piano men, Billy and Elton, belt out "Bennie and the Jets" from their 1998 concert in Tokyo.
Hall of Fame Rockers - What'd I Say (1999)
Billy Joel leads an all-star band in a cover of Ray Charles' "What'd I Say" in 1999.
Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (2000)
Billy joins Elton John onstage at Madison Square Garden in 2000 for "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road."