Joe Walsh Talks About Co-Founding VetsAid and Playing With Pete Townshend
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Joe Walsh recently appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live. In the interview, he shared some interesting stories about playing music with Peter Townshend, being part of the VetsAid charity show, and even playing the clarinet for a surprise performance.
Playing with Peter Townshend
One exciting moment during the interview was when Joe Walsh talked about playing with Peter Townshend, one of the founding members of the band The Who. They played a song called “You Better You Bet” together during the VetsAid charity show. It was a dream come true for many fans to see these two famous guitar players performing together.
Walsh had only good things to say about Townshend. He mentioned that Peter was a nice guy and they had a great time playing together. Not every day you get to see two music legends on stage together, and their performance was something special.
VetsAid Charity Show
Walsh is also known for his support of veterans, which are people who have served in the military. He talked about the VetsAid charity show during the interview. This show is an event he organizes every year to help veterans and their families. It’s a way to raise money and support those who have sacrificed much for their country.
During the interview, Walsh talked passionately about why he’s involved with VetsAid. He said it’s important to help veterans who have given so much for their country. The charity show is not just about music; it’s about helping those who need it.
The Surprise Clarinet Performance
In a fun and unexpected moment during the interview, Joe Walsh surprised everyone by playing the clarinet. He’s mostly known for playing the guitar, so seeing him play a different instrument was a pleasant surprise. He played a happy tune on the clarinet and showed that he’s a talented musician on more than one instrument.
This surprise performance was a reminder that music can make people happy and bring them together. It was a special moment that fans and new listeners enjoyed.