Joe Walsh Sets Vegas House of Blues Residency

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joe-walsh-hob-2017Another Eagles member will be returning to the road as a solo act. Following recent announcements from Don Henley and Timothy B. Schmit, Joe Walsh has announced a limited residency at the House of Blues in Las Vegas for January 2017. (Dates and ticket info are below.)

In his summer 2016 tour announcement, Walsh had said: “I decided to round up great players that I’ve played with in the past, like [drummer Joe Vitale and guitarist Waddy Wachtel]. These guys know my music and I’m very comfortable playing with them. I think this band is the best I’ve had in a long time. I didn’t feel that the One Hell of a Night Tour should be the end based on how we are all playing.”

Drawing from an extensive catalog of classic rock hits throughout his four-decade career, the set list will likely include “Rocky Mountain Way,” “Walk Away,” “Life’s Been Good To Me So Far,” “Funk 49,” “Life In The Fast Lane,” “In The City,” “Over and Over,” “Life of Illusion,” “Turn To Stone,” “Ordinary Average Guy,” “Analog Man” and more.

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Individual tickets are available here. A pre-sale begins today (November 15). The venue is also offering various packages such as Funk 49 which includes: two tickets at a VIP table, priority access, a commemorative VIP laminate and more for $495.

Since the death in January 2016 of Eagles bandmate Glenn Frey, Walsh has done a U.S. tour with Bad Company as well as his own summer tour.

Watch Ringo Starr join his brother-in-law on stage at the Forum in Los Angeles in May 2016…

Joe Walsh Limited Engagement Las Vegas Residency
Jan. 11, 13-14, 18, 20-21, 2017

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