Joe Walsh has revealed that the James Gang is not only “alive and well,” but that the legendary trio will likely tour small venues in the not-too-distant future.
Speaking to M – Music & Musicians, the guitarist said, “I went to Cleveland and saw [drummer] Jimmy [Fox] and [bassist] Dale [Peters], and we played some together. It’s great; we can still do it. The James Gang is alive and well. The first little window I get from my current project, and the Eagles, we’ll probably go out as a three-piece. At some point we’ll go out and play some small places. I don’t think we should have a ‘comeback’ tour and I don’t think we should try to fill 10,000-seat places. But in House of Blues and Hard Rock Café venues – those types of places – I think we would do great.”
Walsh is currently on a solo tour in support of his latest album, Analog Man. Click here to read Gibson.com’s recent feature interview.