Eagle Joe Walsh Soars With Country Stars for CMT Show

Joe's hits, including "Life's Been Good to Me" and "Life in the Fast Lane," are part of the TV special.

That Lionel Richie guy may be on to something. 

You might remember Lionel scored a No. 1 album, Tuskegee, this year by getting a bunch of country artists to sing his hit pop songs with him.

The next pop star to climb aboard the country train is Joe Walsh from the Eagles, but there's no album in the works—yet.

Joe has taped an episode of CMT Crossroads, which usually pairs one pop/rock figure with one country star, and they sing each other's songs and perform a few duets.

But CMT Crossroads: Joe Walsh & Friends includes more than one country star.

Kenny Chesney, Brad Paisley, Luke Bryan, Sara Evans and Hunter Hayes ("Storm Warning") are all part of this special. Songs will include "Life's Been Good to Me" and "Life in the Fast Lane."

The show debuts June 23 at 11 p.m. ET.

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