5 Songs Joe Walsh Appeared On You May Have Forgotten About
Joe Walsh has had many different notable credits to his career, from his solo work to his time in the James Gang to, of course, as a member of the Eagles. However, Walsh has a rather prolific list of guest credits to his already lengthy résumé.
In honor of his birthday today (November 20), here are just five other songs Joe Walsh appeared on you may have forgotten about.
Steve Winwood – “Split Decision”
Walsh co-wrote this track with Winwood featured on his 1986 album Back in the High Life. Walsh also plays guitar on the track, too.
Wilson Phillips – “Hold On”
Walsh played rhythm guitar on this megahit featured on Wilson Phillips’ 1990 self-titled debut album. He also provided guitar work on two other tracks from the album: “Impulsive” and “A Reason to Believe.”
Don Henley – “Dirty Laundry”
Walsh appears on this classic track on his Eagles bandmate’s 1982 debut solo album I Can’t Stand Still.
Foo Fighters – “Outside”
Walsh played lead guitar on this track from the Foo Fighters’ 2014 album Sonic Highways.
Richard Marx – “Don’t Mean Nothing”
Walsh plays rhythm and has a guitar solo on this track from Marx’s 1987 self-titled debut album.