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Joel was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame (1992), the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (1999), [7] and the Long Island Music Hall of Fame (2006). In 2001, Joel received the Johnny Mercer Award from the Songwriters Hall of Fame. [8] In 2013, Joel received the Kennedy Center Honors , the nation's highest honor for influencing American culture through the arts. With the exception of the 2007 songs " All My Life " and " Christmas in Fallujah ", Joel stopped writing and releasing pop/rock material after 1993's River of Dreams . However, he continues to tour, and he plays songs from all eras of his solo career.

In 1941 Vaughn joined the United States National Guard for what had been planned as a one-year assignment, but when World War II broke out, he was sent abroad until the war ended in 1945. He decided to make music a career when he was discharged from the army at the end of the war, and attended Western Kentucky State College, now known as Western Kentucky University , majoring in music composition . He had apparently learned barbering from his father, because he did some while studying at Western Kentucky to support himself financially, when he was not able to get jobs playing the piano at local night clubs and lounges. While he was a student there, three other students, Jimmy Sacca, Donald McGuire, and Seymour Spiegelman, who had formed a vocal trio, the Hilltoppers , recruited Vaughn to play the piano with them. He soon added his voice to theirs, converting the trio to a quartet. As a member of the group, he also wrote their first hit song, "Trying," which charted in 1952.


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