Joe Walsh just confirmed what the title of the Eagles' farewell tour, The Long Goodbye, actually implies -- that they're not saying goodbye anytime soon.
Walsh says, “We’re in our seventies, and we recognize that we can’t do this forever. [But] I think people like B.B. King set an example, which is, there’s no reason to stop unless you can’t do it.”
He adds, “And so we’re just announcing that we’re gonna just focus on playing quality shows and slow it down a little bit. And we’re gonna play till we can’t, or play till nobody comes, whichever comes first. But they’re still coming, so why stop? That’s the only thing we know how to do.”
The Long Goodbye tour, with Steely Dan opening up, gets started on September 7th at Madison Square Garden in New York.
[Source: Classic Hits Today]