Billy Joel plays the Beatles! You won’t want to miss out on his SiriusXM performance.
While sitting at the piano playing snippets of classic Beatles songs, Joel will reflect on every American Beatles LP. The guest DJ sessions will be scheduled in chronological order, starting with 1964’s Meet The Beatles. On the first installment, Joel will share his memories of first discovering The Beatles. He will also play cuts from their first two U.S. Capitol released albums.
Audio clips from the Guest DJ Sessions on SiriusXM’s The Beatles Channel
Billy Joel Revists the Beatles
“Revisiting The Beatles’ album collection through the eyes of a musical icon is a rare treat, and we are honored to do this with Billy. This series will feel like you’re sitting down with Billy at home listening to tracks on every Beatles album together, and hearing Billy’s rendition of pieces of some songs. The Beatles in the hands and words of Billy Joel is truly something special for our listeners,” explains Scott Greenstein, President and Chief Content Officer of SiriusXM.
“Just like you, I love The Beatles. I still think that they were the best band that ever was. And I’m going to go through their albums and talk about some of the songs that have stayed with me the rest of my life,” says Joel.
Billy Joel’s first guest DJ session will premiere on Friday, July 21 at 5:00 pm ET and PT on The Beatles Channel via satellite on channel 18 and through the SiriusXM app on smartphones and other connected devices. Joel’s performance will also be online at www.siriusxm.com.
The Beatles Channel presents a curated mix of music tailored to a wide range of Beatles fans. For a full list of programming visit siriusXM online: www.siriusxm.com/thebeatles
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