Joe Walsh says the Eagles have discussed new music

Joe Walsh says the Eagles have discussed recording new music.

"If we record it won't be with an agenda, like putting out a new album," he tells Billboard. "I think we might go in the studio and try and write and see how that goes. But we'll be doing that for us, not with a plan for anything definite."

In addition to Walsh, Don Henley and Timothy B. Schmit, the Eagles now include Vince Gill and Deacon Frey in place of his late dad, Glenn Frey.

The Eagles last album was 2007's Long Road Out of Eden.

Walsh and Henley, along with James Taylor, Chris Stapleton and Haim, will perform at Walsh's second annual VetsAid show on November 11th in Tacoma, Washington. Ringo Starr, Walsh's brother-in-law, will participate in the finale of "With a Little Help From My Friends."

 
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