Joe Walsh has unveiled plans for his fifth annual VetsAid charity concert, which will once again be held virtually this year due to the pandemic.
Walsh said that he will debut new music for the first time in 10 years at the fundraiser show.
“With variable COVID rates throughout the summer and fall, I wasn’t comfortable putting together the kind of live festival that our fans and performers have come to expect and deserve,” said Walsh. “I was so pleased with last year’s streaming festival that I thought we could try something even cooler this time around.”
“Join me and my buddies for an old-fashioned basement jam live from my house to yours where I will debut some brand new songs, play some favorites, share some never-before-seen footage and performances from past VetsAid shows and… who knows who will show up and what might happen?” he added.
This year’s event, dubbed “VetsAid 2021: The Basement Show,” will be streamed online on December 18 beginning at 8 p.m. ET via the Veeps.com platform and will also be available for restream through December 25. Walsh will be performing from his home.
All proceeds from the event will go to organizations that support veterans and their families. Tickets are available at http://vetsaid.veeps.com.
Source: RTT Music News