Earlier this year, Paul McCartney released Kisses On The Bottom, a new album of pop standards that pre-date the rock and roll era (along with two new songs written in that style). And while he didn’t tour to promote it, he did perform the songs on the album at Capitol Studios in Los Angeles (where he recorded the album) on February 9.
Joe Walsh played in the first two All-Starr Bands (as well as Starr’s short lived late-’90s backing band, The Roundheads), and these days, is Ringo’s brother-in-law. He says that the first All-Starr Band was one of the greatest groups he’s ever played in. And as huge of an experience as that was, being a part of the Starr family is even more of an eye-opener.
This year will prove to be a big one for the members of the Eagles, but it’s likely to have little to do with the legendary rockers. Eagles guitarists Joe Walsh and Glenn Fry will […]
It’s been 20 years since Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh released his last solo album, 1992’s “Songs for a Dying Planet.” Since then, the music world – and well, the world as we know it – […]
Ringo Starr Enlists Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Dave Stewart, Joe Walsh, Don Was, Edgar Winter For New Album
Former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr has enlisted some high-powered musical help for his new album including Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Dave Stewart, Joe Walsh, Don Was and Edgar Winter. Ringo has put together some great all-star […]