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Joe Walsh

From his early hits with the James Gang through to his tenure with the Eagles -- as well as a successful solo career -- Joe Walsh remained one of the most colorful characters in rock & roll, lending his distinctively reedy vocals, off-the-wall lyrics, and expansive guitar leads to a series of AOR staples including "Funk #49," "Rocky Mountain Way," and "Life's Been Good." Born November 20, 1947 in Wichita, Kansas, Walsh initially studied the oboe and clarinet, later playing bass in local bands the G-Clefs and the Nomads; while attending Kent State University, he finally picked up the guitar, fronting the collegiate combo the Measles from 1965 to 1969. He then joined the Cleveland-based hard rock trio the James Gang, appearing on their debut LP Yer' Album. The trio's 1970 album, The James Gang Rides Again, proved the group's commercial breakthrough, launching the FM radio favorite "Funk #49" and achieving gold status. While the follow-up, Thirds, was another success, yielding the classic "Walk Away," Walsh found the James Gang's power trio format too confining and left the group soon after.

After relocating to Colorado, Walsh formed a new group, Barnstorm, recording a self-titled 1972 LP before making his proper solo debut the following year with The Smoker You Drink, the Player You Get. The record cracked the Top Ten on the strength of the pop hit "Rocky Mountain Way" and was followed in 1974 by So What. In the wake of 1976's You Can't Argue with a Sick Mind, Walsh replaced guitarist Bernie Leadon in the hugely popular West Coast rock quintet the Eagles, making his debut on their best-selling Hotel California album. He also continued his solo career, issuing But Seriously, Folks... in 1978; the record's highlight, the hilarious "Life's Been Good" -- a dead-on portrait of rock star debauchery -- became his biggest pop hit, nearly reaching the Top Ten. In 1979, Walsh announced his campaign for President of the United States, promising "free gas for everyone" if he won (he didn't). The Eagles' final studio album, the chart-topping The Long Run, appeared that same year.

The soundtrack to the film Urban Cowboy generated Walsh's next solo smash, "All Night Long," which cracked the Top 20 in the summer of 1980; although 1981's There Goes the Neighborhood featured his final Top 40 entry, "A Life of Illusion," he continued recording steadily, resurfacing in 1983 with You Bought It: You Name It and issuing The Confessor two years later. In between, Walsh ran for the vice presidency, again unsuccessfully. Following 1987's Got Any Gum?, he toured with Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band, returning to his solo career for 1991's Ordinary Average Guy. In 1994 he joined the reunited Eagles for their blockbuster Hell Freezes Over tour and remained on the road as a solo act for years to come. In 2012, after years touring with the Eagles and writing new material, Walsh recorded his first solo album with producer extraordinaire Jeff Lynne (of Electric Light Orchestra) and Beatles drummer Starr. A comeback of sorts, the album title Analog Man pertained to Walsh's difficulties catching up to the new standard of digital recording as a 64-year-old, and trying to adjust to technological advances in society. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi
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Comments

Amzaing career for an amazing artist. Will always listen
But Seriously Folks!!! Tks Joe!!!
valentine.kt b u g
I<3 JW
Will always love . Jw
I like to sing rocky moutain way at karaoke fun....
Joe is one sexy guy saw him last month on tv seems happy,conten t
Life is Good!!!!!!
He rocks country2!! Just hooked him up with wrong artist!!!! Sunny daz4Ever!!!! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
a simple man with words that rock the world 4Ever!!!!! As 4your negitive comment above Please find Happiness!!!
Ordinary averege guyys
Joe is the best.
Life's been bad.
Joe Walsh for President! No, no not me - the other Joe Walsh...
Got me through high school. Barnstorm is a classic, hidden gem.
My cousin played with Joe in his band at Kent State and lived right below him...the stories are hilarious. Great musician, seen him 7 times!
i think this was one of the songs from the movie Joe dirt
anyone remember Joe Vitale? just checking
One of my fav songs! Joe!
vlenzini3
And I dream I'm on vacation 'cause I like the way it sounds...... ! !
Love Joe......... . . . . . .
I'm confused. What's Nicollette Larson to Joe Walsh? I'm just asking.
Met joe a couple of times....gre a t dude
barrypearse1 7
buzzed out raw
kathyw0226
Couldn't be better!
Call me...Joe
Joe Walsh for President!!! ! ! !
Got any gum?..the one and only Joe Walsh!
Good
vkidwell
Joe made the Eagles a better band. Play on Joe!
I have listened to Joe Walsh since 1972, he is still one of my favorites of all time. Mother Says - Welcome to the Club.
Joe Walsh is just awesome. I love his guitar licks, his voice and his awesome personality.
Joe knows guitar.
glyons556
You will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the love of your life. Tomorrow will be the best day ofyour life. However if you don't post this you will die in 2 days. Now you've started reading so don't stop. This is so scary. Put this on at least 5 songs in 143 minutes. When done press f6 and your lovers name will come on the screen in big letters. This is scary cause it really works
Joe didn't have much of a hit with, I LIKE BIG TITS, But it's GREAT!
micmock
Love joe walsh! Great song!!!
Maybe if Mt Rushmore for Rock Gods contained about 3,425.1 Gods.
Joe, I'm leaving a message, maybe you'll call?
IF there was a Mt Rushmore for rock Gods Joe would be up there front and center
Joe is a person who 's been instrumental in helping me looking at life Thanks Joe
Joe Walsh was created to play a guitar. .. Few were.
Joe's early solo stuff- Country Fair, Meadows, Turn to Stone, Welcome to the Club are all under appreciated masterpieces . The man has mojo to spare.
Love songs
I Am a big fan of the James Gang! I love your work Joe keep up the good work Joe!
You are a Rock GOD!
Good old boyz from south Texas who grew up 2 b southern gentlemen who still rock
99023596
Listened to Joe on an ambulance ride once in '96
Genuinely genius...
roboslyn
I have loved joe since the biggining
rcloud0
Walsh was a hoot on The Drew Carey Show. How did that get left out of his bio?
sgoodson1
Joe provides the soundtrack of my life - Keep Rockin Joe
edwarddeitch 0 6
this really brings back great times!!!!!!! ! !
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