Joe Walsh performed on the latest edition of CMT's Crossroads. The long time Eagles guitarist hit the stage on Saturday, June 23 for CMT Crossroads: Joe Walsh and Friends.
The "friends" portion featured an impressive line-up including Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney, Sara Evans, Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top, Hunter Hayes and Brad Paisley.
"To me, country with a little rock 'n' roll sprinkled on top of it is really powerful," Walsh told CMT Insider prior to the show, "and I absolutely approve of everybody that signed up."
Tracks played during the set included "Life in the Fast Lane" (with Gibbons), "In the City" (Hayes), "The Best of My Love" (Evans), "Lucky That Way" (Chesney), "Life's Been Good to Me" (Bryan) and "Rocky Mountain High" (Paisley).
Walsh is now touring in promotion of his new studio album, Analog Man, which was released on June 5. The project is his first solo effort in 20 years.
by RTT Staff Writer
For comments and feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org