Joe Walsh announced that fellow Eagle Don Henley, James Taylor, and Haim have signed on to perform at Vets Aid 2018. The artists join Wash and the already-announced Chris Stapleton for the benefit concert set for November 11th -- Veterans Day -- at Tacoma, Washington's Tacoma Dome.

Walsh launched his national 501(c)3 non-profit veterans organization on September 20th, 2017 with an inaugural concert at Fairfax, Virginia's EagleBank Arena. Appearing with Walsh at last year's show were Zac Brown Band, Keith Urban, and Gary Clark Jr. The first Vets Aid concert disbursed nearly $400,000 in grants to veterans’ services organizations nationally and locally.

Walsh, who grew up part of a Gold Star family, said in the press release for the event: "It was always my intention to take this show on the road and share the experience with veterans’ communities across the country. In 2018, I wanted to bring Vets Aid to my brothers and sisters at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Naval Base Kitsap and all throughout the beautiful Pacific Northwest. And next year. . . who knows?"

Joe Walsh said in the press release for the event: "This Veterans Day I invite you to join me and my friends to remember the men and women who have served our country and honor their sacrifice by helping us raise funds to support their essential and basic needs. I invite us to come together and celebrate the things that unite us as Americans. . . like great music!" Tickets will be available through the Tacoma Dome Box Office as well as Ticketmaster and will be priced at $155, $95, $45 and $25. Military discounts will be available to all active and retired military personnel and their families by showing identification at the Tacoma Dome Box Office. For more information, including grant applications for small veterans services groups, log on to

On Sunday night (July 22nd) Joe Walsh sat in with good friends the Foo Fighters at Boston's Fenway Park and performed a steaming rendition of his classic, "Rocky Mountain Way."

The Eagles perform tonight (July 24th) at Pittsburgh's PPG Paints Arena.