Billy Joel has been a great interview for friends like Howard Stern and Alec Baldwin. On Sunday night, he turns the tables at the 92nd Street Y in Manhattan, where he will talk to Don Henley about his new album, "Cass County."
Joel and Henley have a long history together, with Joel singing at Henley's wedding and Henley paying tribute to Joel when he was honored by the Kennedy Center.
"Cass County" is the Eagles co-founder's first solo album in 15 years and will be released on Sept. 25, featuring duets with Miranda Lambert, Dolly Parton and Martina McBride. Joel's monthly residency at Madison Square Garden will resume Sept. 26, a date rescheduled so Pope Francis could celebrate Mass at the Garden on Sept. 25.
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