Joe Walsh is shedding a little light on the upcoming Eagles tour. The guitarist tells Billboard.com the group is "building a whole new stage, lights, sound, visuals, set list" for the trek, and they're "going to revisit a lot of old songs and do a whole new tour" based around the band's two-part documentary, "History of the Eagles."
Walsh adds that since he didn't join the group until 1975, there'll be "part of the show that doesn't involve" him. But he says he might "come out and play some James Gang stuff" to show what he was doing "when 'Witchy Woman' came out."
Meanwhile, Walsh reveals that former Eagle Bernie Leadon will be joining the group as a special guest on the tour. Walsh admits he "never really got a chance to play with him," since he replaced Bernie in the group, but they've "been in contact."
He adds that he's "really looking forward to playing with him, finally," and that Bernie is going to "take the show up a notch."
"The History of the Eagles Tour" will begin in Louisville, Kentucky on July 6th.
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