As co-headliners they will rotate the headlining spot each show. Hayes Motor Company is only one Joe Walsh, he is such a unique person and an uber talented singer, songwriter and musician.

Performing with Walsh will be some of his backing band members from his solo tour, including Joe Vitale, his Barnstorm bandmate on drums and adding Chad Cronwell on drums; Waddy Wachtel on guitar; Larry Young on bass and Jimmy Wallace on keyboards.

British singer, songwriter and recording artist Steve Rodgers will open each show acoustically, playing original songs Joe Walsh And Bad Company his new album. As for Walsh, he has toured rather regularly in recent years as a solo when not doing so with The Eagles.

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