Joe Walsh Clears The Air On The Rumors Of The Eagles’ Retirement
The Eagles icon, Joe Walsh talked about his recent project combining rock and Indian music and also stated the legendary band, The Eagles will continue to perform concerts and produce new projects in his recent interview with Mid-day.
As you may know, The Eagles’ latest album entitled ‘Live from the Forum MMXVIII’ was released on October 16, 2020. The album consisted of California concert records of the band in September 2018. While the fans have been waiting to hear the new songs or albums of the band, Joe Walsh started to focus on his solo career and different side projects.
Joe Walsh collaborated with Sarod virtuoso, Amjad Ali Khan, along with his sons, Ayaan Ali Khan, and Amaan Ali Khan for a charity project to support IntraHealth International. It was founded to strengthen the health care systems and conditions of health workers. They released an EP, ‘Prayers’ including three songs on June 3, 2021, and Walsh also found a chance to discover Indian music more.
In a recent interview he joined as a promotion of his latest project with Khans, Walsh also gave the good news to the Eagles fans. He stated that there has been always an eternal and deep connection between The Eagles members. According to Joe, the disbanding of The Eagles cannot be considered and their creative collaboration will never end. Walsh also reminded fans that the band will start touring at the end of the year.
Here’s what Joe Walsh said:
“That collaboration turned into a lifetime. We had a great creative relationship, and we’re not done yet. We start playing live again towards the end of this year, and I want to come to India.”
You can listen to ‘Prayers’ below.
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