The Eagles‘ Joe Walsh is headed back to the small screen. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, who had a recurring role back in the day on ABC’s The Drew Carey Show, is set for a guest spot tomorrow night (Wednesday, January 19th) on the network’s Roseanne spinoff, The Conners.
Executive producer Bruce Helford — who also was the show runner on Drew Carey told ET: “Joe wants to break up Harris and Aldo. He doesn’t feel like it’s a right match. (He and Dan) go at it, which is really fun.”
Helford also revealed the pair end up singing a song together, adding, “That’s also pretty damn wonderful.” The Conners airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.
- The Eagles‘ Joe Walsh will appear on Wednesday night (January 19th) on ABC’s The Conners.
- Out now is Joe Walsh‘s recent three-track EP, titled Prayers, which pairs the Eagles guitarist with classical Indian Sarod virtuoso composer Amjad Ali Khan. The two originally met while Walsh was visiting India, which led to the pair playing together at the Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai. Walsh invited Amjad and his two sons, to come to L.A. last year and record together.
- Among the others playing on the Prayers set are Stewart Copeland, longtime Elton John guitarist Davey Johnstone, and Walsh’s friends and legendary studio vets, Joe Vitale, Nathan East, and Leland Sklar, among others.