Eagles legend Joe Walsh announced on his official Instagram account that James Gang will reunite for ‘One Last Ride’ with special guest Dave Grohl. In 1968, Joe first performed with James Gang alongside Tom Kriss on bass and Jim Fox on drums. Their most popular songs, ‘Funk #49’ and ‘Walk Away,’ have endured and are still played on radio stations. Walsh left to pursue a solo career and later joined the Eagles, despite the group’s considerable success.
James Gang decided to reunite after decades of pursuing separate musical careers. The group reunited for the song ‘One Last Ride.’ The sixth annual VetsAid benefit concert will feature Dave Grohl and the recently reformed James Gang. In addition, Nine Inch Nails, The Black Keys, and The Breeders will perform. The musician expressed enthusiasm about returning to Columbus for VetsAid 2022. He added that all proceeds from the concert will be donated to veteran-serving organizations. Walsh also mentioned that “One Last Ride” will reunite James Gang at the Nationwide Arena on November 13. In addition, he mentioned that Dave Grohl will be a special guest.
The IG post by Joe Walsh read: On Cleveland’s website, it is already described as “one of the biggest nights in Ohio rock history!” I will be returning to Columbus for VetsAid 2022! Sunday, November 13 at Nationwide Arena, James Gang will reunite for ‘One Last Ride’ with special guest Dave Grohl and performances by Nine Inch Nails, The Black Keys, and The Breeders. All of the concert’s net proceeds will be donated to veterans’ service organizations. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, August 5th.