"Renovating is sustainable."
Onstage in August 2015 at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, in the New York suburbs of Long Island, Billy Joel, 66, chose the perfect song to begin a milestone performance.
"I'm moving out!" shouted the gray-bearded singer at the Aug. 4 show, the final event at the arena before it closed its doors for $130 million worth of renovations. The night ended a four-decade run at the 16,800-capacity hall, which has hosted Elvis Presley, Led Zeppelin and The Grateful Dead.