I had the pleasure of meeting Liberty Devitto in Sydney, Australia during the Storm Front tour of the early 90s. He held a drummer's clinic in Parramatta (a district of Sydney) playing along with Billy Joel tracks such as Running on Ice, That's Not Her Style, and others. Most notably he showed his innovative technique for brush and stick played during Just the Way You Are - he even called a 'poker machine' a 'slot machine'?? strange term, anyway - He was not pretentious, not full of himself, or had any superstar attitude about him at all, he was just another guy who played the drums (brilliantly I may add). I haven't really followed Billy Joel's career since River of Dreams but I have recently become nostalgic and revisited his work, including this site, only to notice NO LIBERTY ON DRUMS - can someone please tell me why - I hope it isn't a sad tale (we lost Paul Hester from Crowded House recently). I can't picture Billy Joel without Liberty - his style and punch, his accents and fills (consider live versions of Miami 2017) are seminal to Joel's music. I placed this same message on my own blog but have had no replies. Liberty if you are out there I am that guy who bought the very first copy of your book if you remember signing it for me - you wrote that message in there and it is very prized possession you were one of the greats as is Billy Joel. Thankyou Billy Joel for You May Be Right - Always works live in a Sydney Pub no matter the crowd!!