10 Things You Need To Know About
Joe Walsh (The Eagles)
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Joe Walsh was born on 20 November, 1947, in Kansas, U.S. His real name is Joseph Fidler Walsh.
He joined the Eagles as a lead guitarist in 1975 as a replacement for Bernie Leadon.
His debut album with the band was "Hotel California (1976)", which was 5th studio album by the Eagles.
Walsh was also nicknamed "The Clown Prince of Roco," "Average Joe," and "The Outlaw."
Apart from the Eagles, He was also a member of the bands James Gang, Barnstorm, & Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band.
Joe Walsh was also a member of the New Zealand reggae band "Herbs." He joined the band in 1989 & left in 1990.
His 1st solo album was "Barnstorm", which was released in October 1972 under the ABC & Dunhill labels.
He released 12 solo studio albums during his career and sold over 2,220,000 albums.
Joe Walsh has been married five times and has four children (3 daughters and 1 son).
He is also one of the most successful Eagles members and has an estimated net worth of $75 million.
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