The Eagles guitarist and also one of the most activist stars of the era, Joe Walsh, posted a recent photo with his wife Marjorie and shared the story of how he, his wife, and son Christian will dedicate their weekend to veterans and their families in the VetsAid event.

VetsAid is a live-stream concert for veterans which will be aired on December 12 with the appearance of many legends like Jon Bon Jovi, Alice Cooper, and Joe Walsh himself. The fans can now buy the tickets at the price of $20 and they have a chance to support veterans alongside to listen to their favorite musicians in a live event.

Here is what the official statement of the VetsAid stated:

“Joe Walsh & Friends present VetsAid 2020: Home for the Holidays, a multi-hour music festival that will raise sorely needed funds to veterans services groups across the country.

Join Joe and his friends for a worldwide broadcast of unique performances, never-before-seen VetsAid footage from years past, and great stories from some of the greatest musicians in the world.”

Recently on Instagram, Joe Walsh shared a picture of himself posing with his lovely wife while both of them were wearing a VetsAid t-shirt. In the caption of his post, Walsh mentioned he and his family have been working overtime to make this much-anticipated event as great as possible.

Additionally, Joe Walsh stated that they would like to bring some joy to the fans during this year’s rough holiday season due to the coronavirus pandemic. Seeing the lovely picture of the Walsh family and the iconic guitarist’s personal message, over 10K people pushed the like button alongside Sebastian Bach’s wife Suzanne Le Bach.

Here is the letter of The Eagles star Joe Walsh:

“This weekend is extra special for me and dedicated to our Veterans and their families. Marjorie and I, and our son Christian, have been working overtime for the 4th annual VetsAid, streaming here from Saturday, December 12 through Monday, December 14.

And wow what a show! Such a diverse and wonderful lineup of artists we all know and love – all turning up because they support and love our veterans too. This is going to be a rough holiday season for all of us, but especially for our Veterans and the Gold Star families, like mine, whose loved ones didn’t make it back.

This is our way of bringing some joy and raising funds, and letting our veterans and their families know we are here for them. $20 tickets are available here.”

The fans can buy the tickets by clicking here to participate in the event which will be live today, on December 12.

You can check out the post right below.