Rock & Roll Hall of Famers Eric Clapton and Mick Jagger will make an appearance in Cleveland for an outdoor stadium concert on September 18.

Billy Joel and Rod Stewart will perform together at Cleveland Browns Stadium for the first time ever on Sept. 13, billed as an unforgettable concert experience. Mayor Justin Bibb attended to make this announcement Thursday; he said it is “big news”.

This show will be part of an expansive stadium tour for both artists, promoted by Live Nation. Other stops on their tour will include Raymond James Stadium in Tampa on Feb. 24, Petco Park in San Diego on April 13, Busch Stadium in St. Louis on September 23, Alamodome in San Antonio on October 25 and Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on November 9 (Coverage below).

Joel’s new album should also arrive shortly, and recently teased a song via social media that may take cues from Lennon-McCartney’s playbook – with lyrics that include, “These are my last words I have to say” opening with melancholic piano chords.

At first glance, this may seem like an unexpected shift for Grammy award winner Brian Reitzell; but it should come as no surprise since he has been so active performing recently – including two benefit concerts held at Madison Square Garden to support victims affected by Hurricane Sandy and 9/11.

As part of his tour, he’s made sure to visit many of the same cities where he has performed for decades, such as performing for Queen Elizabeth in London on August 15.

Joel has kept busy touring, regularly performing in New York and Chicago as well as numerous major cities. Additionally, he’s played memorable shows alongside Stevie Nicks at AT&T Stadium in Arlington Texas as well as at concerts such as Concert for New York City following terrorist attacks.

The Stranger, Joel’s eighth studio album and highest charting album from 1977, earned him a Grammy nomination and marked their reunion as producers until 1989’s Storm Front was released.

Joel has enjoyed tremendous success over his long career; however, his personal struggles haven’t always been smooth sailing. These have included several failed marriages, bipolar disorder and depression, and an attempted suicide attempt in which furniture polish was inhaled in an effort to end his own life – prompting him to write “Only the Good Die Young.” Although initially perceived as anti-Catholic by some critics, it remains dearly held within Joel’s heart; in interviews he often refers back to this song when discussing its merits!