Joe Walsh

To The County Fair – With Joe Walsh
Joe Walsh fans will love today's vault track, definitely a high point from his 1974 album So What.  County Fair is a lengthy, moody track that includes all the cool Walsh-isms that was expected of him during the earlier years - echo, guitar effects and crafty lyrics...
Joe Walsh to Run for Congress?
Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh has often joked about running for office, announcing a tongue-in-cheek presidential campaign in 1980 and throwing his name in the hat for vice president in 1992. But in a new interview to promote his solo album ‘Analog Man,’ the musician reveals he&Cl…
Very Cool Joe Walsh – Today’s Vinyl Vault
'The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get' seemed like a household term during the early to mid 1970's, and it easy could've been.  It's the name of what's probably the most popular album Joe Walsh will ever make as a solo artist.  You can thank Rocky Mountain…
Joe Walsh To Perform On CMT’s ‘Crossroads’
The idea behind Country Music Television's 'Crossroads' is very interesting. The show takes two artists from different genres of music, and blends them into new versions of their songs. The one episode that comes to mind for me is the one that featured Faith Hill and The Pretenders' Chrissie Hynde. …
Seriously Folks – Serious Joe Walsh on The Vault
We're into the 1985 Joe Walsh album The Confessor today for the title track, a lengthy spooky thing that saved what many thought was his worst album ever.  Possibly a contractual fulfillment?  Whatever, it's a great track, and has been a popular request song since it's relea…
Time Out For Joe Walsh – Today’s Vinyl Vault
Lets travel to 1974 today when Joe Walsh was trying to top the career crowning The Smoker You Drink project just a year before.  So What was released that year and you can guess it wasn't quite the hit it's predecessor was.  Big enough though, it spawned a hit with Turn To Stone,…

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