Classic rock is about heavy hooks, power chords, and tight harmonies, but it’s also about letting loose and enjoying the good times — and there’s no better time than Friday evening, when we pick up our paycheck, punch out of work, and enjoy a couple days of much-needed rest and relaxation.
Although he may claim to be an ordinary average guy and an analog man in a digital world, the truth is that Joe Walsh has a heart of gold. The Eagles and James Gang guitarist recently took time out from his busy schedule to visit Walter Reed Army Medical Center, where he sang, signed autographs and posed for pictures with troops who have lost limbs in combat.
<a href="http://ultimateclassicrock.com/tags/joe-walsh/"Joe Walsh is an artist whose recorded output covers more musical ground than is apparent at first listen. His unique, inimitable guitar playing sets him apart from most of his contemporaries -- Walsh is the rarest of guitar heroes, one who doesn't overplay, instead using his innate sense of tone and phrasing to construct simple melodies that perfectly communicate the heart of each song. One of the clown prince
Daryl Hall has been inviting an eclectic crew of musical guests into his home in upstate New York since 2007 to join him for his free monthly web-to-cable series ‘Live from Daryl’s House.’ Inching in on a huge milestone for the show, this week (Nov. 15) marks the 60th episode and Hall will celebrate in smashing fashion with a visit from legendary Eagles and James Gang guitarist Joe Walsh.
The guitar has been pretty good to Joe Walsh over the years and Walsh has responded in kind with a number of memorable licks that stand with the best in rock history. Walsh took a few moments with Guitar World to reflect on the instrument that's given him so much and what got him started in the first place.