Walsh's backing band is sparse and competent. Pianist Richard Celments provides consistently nice accompaniment, Matt Parker's sax embellishments are invariably tasteful, bassist Ken Gottschall's bass and Ryan Cavan's drums solid and timely. David O'Rourke's guitar is understated almost to the point of being non-existent.
Joseph Walsh won't make you forget Tony Bennett, but there's a lot worse things to be reminded of. He still needs to find his own style, though he does appear to be looking. His own songs "The Moment I See You" and "Done with You" are pretty good, managing to coexist with classics like "One for My Baby" and "Everything Happens to Me." A good listen, on the whole.