Billy Joel, who famously sang about Christie Brinkley in his hit "Uptown Girl," is releasing his first pop single in 14 years.
"All My Life," which will be available on People magazine's Web site Feb. 7 and can be downloaded from iTunes starting Feb. 20, is a song he wrote as an anniversary present for his present wife, Katie Lee Joel. It also will be in stores later this year.
He recorded the song last year in Manhattan with producer Phil Ramone in honor of his wife, the former host of the Bravo television series "Top Chef." She also writes a culinary and lifestyle column, "East End Girl," published weekly in Hamptons Magazine.
The couple were married in 2004 at Joel's mansion in Oyster Bay, New York, reports AP.
Joel said fans of his pop music should not get too excited about hearing more from the Piano Man. He told Newsday that "All My Life" is the only pop song he has finished since his 1993 album "River of Dreams."
Joel will sing the national anthem at American football's annual Super Bowl on Sunday and launches his latest tour on Feb. 7 in Jacksonville, Florida.
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