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Billy Joel has called Long Island, N.Y., home — now the Piano Man is movin' out


Good morning. I'm A Martínez. For "The Longest Time," Billy Joel has called Long Island, N.Y., home. But now the "Piano Man" is moving out. Joel listed his Long Island property, complete with two pools, a helipad, and a bowling alley. You, too, could own the "River Of Dreams" for a cool 49 million bucks. At a show on New Year's Eve, Joel promised that selling the house didn't mean he was leaving Long Island for good. He just can't always be in a "New York State Of Mind." It's MORNING EDITION. Transcript provided by NPR, Copyright NPR.

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