Ringo Starr Joins Joe Walsh At The Forum


Guitarist Joe Walsh brought his One Hell Of A Night Tour to The Forum in Inglewood, California. The former Eagles guitarist was joined by a special guest as he welcomed The Beatles drummer Ringo Starr to join in at the start of the encore.

The founding member of The James Gang used the band’s “Walk Away” to open a set which also included takes on Walsh’s pre-Eagles group’s “Funk #49” and “The Bomber.” The show saw Walsh incorporate a number of songs from his solo work into the performance, such as “Analog Man,” “In The City,” “Life’s Been Good” and others. The concert also included songs from the Eagles’ catalog, with Walsh honoring his late band mate Glenn Frey with “Take It To The Limit” as well as the set closing “Life In The Fast Lane.”

The encore began with Walsh’s hit “Rocky Mountain Way” featuring his brother-in-law Starr on drums. The guitarist and drummer have worked together many times over their storied careers with Walsh a founding member of Ringo’s All-Starr Band. Ringo exited the stage after the sit-in and the show closed with Walsh’s “All Night Long.”

Audience-shot footage of the encore was captured by rb rb and can be viewed here:


Joe Walsh at The Forum

  • Walk Away  
  • Rosewood Bitters
  • Analog Man
  • Mother Says
  • The Bomber: Closet Queen / Bolero / Cast Your Fate to the Wind  
  • Take It to the Limit  
  • Turn to Stone
  • In the City
  • Funk #49  
  • Life's Been Good
  • Life in the Fast Lane  
  • Rocky Mountain Way
  • All Night Long