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  posted on 11/1/2019 at 09:02 PM
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  posted on 11/2/2019 at 07:08 AM
Yes Joe was in a magazine years ago, probably late 1970's, and he was holding up his copy of Fillmore East and pointing at it. He explained that the James Gang was on several shows with the Allman Brothers and Hoe really dug what Duane was doing with that glass bottle on his left hand. So he approached Duane and they sat down and Duane showed him how he did it.

I saw the James Gang a few times and they were actually very good. And Walsh is a very fine guitar player who gets over looked often when people are talking about the great guitar players.

Rocky Mountain High is a song where Hoe channels Duane on slide real good.

It's been a long time since I saw Joe play. But I seem to remember Joe using a pick when playing slide and Duane always used his fingers. A pick when playing lead guitar but fingers on slide. But anyway Joe Walsh is a fine guitar player.

 

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  posted on 11/2/2019 at 07:13 AM
And he is very wealthy too. Celebrity Net Wealth says Joe is worth 75 million dollars.

Dickey Betts was the wealthiest member of the Allman Brothers with a net worth of 40 million. Gregg was worth 15 million when he died. Makes my bank account look invisible.

 

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  posted on 11/2/2019 at 07:44 PM
Love Joe but gotta say as a slider he can't hold a candle next to anyone who has played in the ABB.

 

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  posted on 11/2/2019 at 07:59 PM
The latest on Celebrity Net Worth has Gregg worth 18 million at his death. Warren Haynes is 12 million. Derek Trucks 6 million. Jaimoe 1 million 700 thousand and Dickey Betts 40 million.

Others. Keith Richards 340 million. Eric Clapton 300 million. Don Henley of The Eagles worth a lot more than Joe Walsh at 200 million. Garry Rossington of Lynyrd Skynyrd is 40 million. Same as Dickey. Ed King was worth 10 million at his death. Chuck Leavell is worth 6 million. Otiel Burbridge 3 million. Steve Vai 14 million. Eddie Van Halen 100 million.
David Lee Roth 70 million. Richest musician singer in the history of the world is Paul McCartney at 1 billion 200 million.

Some non musicians in the site...

Charles Koch, one of the Koch brothers, 50 billion 500 million.

Donald Trump has claimed 10 billion but Bloomberg and the site says the President is actually worth only 3 billion dollars. Only 3 billion??? I'll take it

Richest in America apparently is Jeff Bezos at 110 billion dollars.

 

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  posted on 11/3/2019 at 08:54 AM
Pops42 you are right. I remember Don saying that. Don was on celebrity net worth of 60 million. When Don Henley and Glen Frye fired Don, I felt sorry for him. He apparently was a big part of making Hotel California such a huge success. Hotel California has sold over 26 million copies in the US and 32 million worldwide. One of the best selling albums in music history. But when I found out Felder was worth 60 million dollars, I knew it hurt is ego and pride from reading his reaction to the dismissal but he certainly doesn't need worry about paying the bills.

I had several good friends who were fine musicians back in the 70's but in order to travel with the band to make the gigs on the club circuit they didn't have a straight gig so were always out of money.

Once George Carlin ask back then "What do you call the average rock musician who's girlfriend just broke up with him? HOMELESS!!"

 

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  posted on 11/3/2019 at 07:00 PM
Speaking of Joe Walsh, he's the featured musician on tonight's episode of the AXS series "Brian Johnson's A Life On the Road."

Which by the way for those who haven't seen this series yet, it's very good. Last week's guest was Nick Mason from Pink Floyd. I highly recommend this series if you're into lesser known tidbits and stories from some of the world's most famous musicians.

 
 


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