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Joe Walsh has His Own Dates To Do

04:41 PM Tuesday 9/6/11 | |

The Eagles guitarist has a few shows of his own coming up in October.

A somewhat ordinary average guy, Joe Walsh has never been one to walk away from a headlining engagement. Next month he heads out to pursue his own muse, perhaps spending some time in the meadows or reacquainting himself with the days he was living a life of illusion where he insisted everything must be done the Rocky Mountain way. Yes, life’s been good when you’re Joe Walsh.

The guitar-slinger plays Austin, Texas, at Bass Hall Oct. 11; Houston’s Verizon Theatre Oct. 12; Oklahoma City at the Zoo Amphitheatre Oct. 14; Atlantic City’s Borgata Hotel, Casino & Spa / Event Ctr. Oct. 22 and Cleveland’s Palace Theatre Oct. 26.

Tickets for Austin, Houston and Cleveland go on sale Sept. 9. Oklahoma City and Atlantic City go up Sept. 10. But you better move fast and click here for more information before you turn to stone.


Comments

  1. Harvey Wells wrote:

    10:54 AM, Sep 13, 2011

    The music world is ready for Classic Joe Walsh !



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