Billy Joel breaks out in doo-wop on Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon

During the commercial breaks of Fallon's show last night, Joel and his crew busted out an un-practiced rendition of his hit "For the Longest Time."

The song happened while the crew was shooting promos for the show.

The song happened while the crew was shooting promos for the show. (1/7/16)

WOODBURY - Long Island’s own Piano man broke out into an impromptu doo-wop with Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon.

During the commercial breaks of Fallon's show last night, Billy Joel and his crew busted out an un-practiced rendition of his hit "For the Longest Time."

Joining Joel is Long Island's own Mike Delguidice, who went from "Big Shot" lead singer to a member of Joel's band.

The song happened while the crew was shooting promos for the show.  

 

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