Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh was joined onstage by some of country’s hottest stars Wednesday night for his CMT Crossroads taping in Nashville.
After opening the set with the title cut from his upcoming studio album, Analog Man, Joe welcomed Brad Paisley to perform “Rocky Mountain Way.” Hunter Hayes traded licks with Joe on “In the City,” and Luke Bryan joined him for a carefree performance of “Life’s Been Good.”
Sara Evans sang a duet of the Eagles’ hit “The Best of My Love,” and ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons helped Joe close out the show with “Life in the Fast Lane.”
Kenny Chesney will also be featured in the CMT broadcast. He taped his performance with Joe earlier.
The show, titled CMT Crossroads: Joe Walsh & Friends, will premiere June 23 at 11 p.m. Eastern time.
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