Joe Walsh joined the Foo Fighters at their November 14 Los Angeles club show at The Roxy.
The Eagles guitarist was on hand to perform “Outside” from the band’s newly-released set, “Sonic Highways.” Walsh appears on the album version, which was written and recorded in Joshua Tree, California.
Walsh then performed his 1985 classic, “Rocky Mountain Way”, before he and the Foos were joined by Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell to play that group’s “Mountain Song.”
Produced by Butch Vig, “Sonic Highways” was recorded in 8 American cities – Austin, Chicago, Los Angeles, Nashville, New Orleans, New York, Seattle and Washington, D.C.
The project was launched last month with a companion 8-part HBO series about the recording of the album, with the Foo Fighters unveiling new songs eack week in sync with the series, which premiered October 17.
The group have been following the weekly broadcast with a club show in the city featured on the latest episode.
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