Shea Stadium was opened in 1964 in the Queens borough of New York City and was the home of the New York Mets, and for a time the New York Jets. The structure has seen two World Series wins, and also acted as a concert venue hosting the likes of The Rolling Stones, Paul Simon, Led Zeppelin, and The Beatles among others. In 2009 it was set for demolition, and in 2008 a two night concert featuring Billy Joel was slated to close down Shea. Having personally had the pleasure of seeing Joel live in concert, he puts on an immensely entertaining show. With "Live at Shea Stadium" he puts on a lively performance while playing hits such as "Only the Good Die Young" and "You May Be Right" while playing lesser known album tracks such as "The Ballad of Billy the Kid" and "Everybody Loves You Now". Joined on stage by special guests Tony Bennett, Garth Brooks, and Paul McCartney, "Billy Joel: Live at Shea Stadium" is an appropriate sendoff by a master performer.