This iconic rock band is made up of members, Glen Frey, Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit (original members Bernie Leadon and Randy Meisner left the band in the 70’s). They put out 6 of their 7 albums between 1971-1979, with Their Greatest Hits (1971-1975) and Hotel California being ranked 20 best selling albums of all time, with hits like “Witchy Woman,” “Take It Easy” and “Hotel California.” The group disbanded in 1980, but reunited in 1994 for the Hell Freezes Over album. It would be 28 years before they recorded again and Long Road Out Of Eden would be the result, with five singles and two Grammys. They return to the stage and the tour circuit in support of their recent documentary, History Of The Eagles. With band members having their own individual success they continue to come together and create unforgettable music and concerts. It is rumored to be the last tour. Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to see this rare event; TicketCity has your “Ticket To The Limit” or rather, your front row seat!
“History Of The Eagles: Live In Concert” -
With decades of long lasting music behind them, The Eagles hit the road October 4, in Lincoln, NE., and ends in Inglewood, CA., on January 25. This is a 24-city event, and due to overwhelming demand, has six shows in Inglewood alone. The concert will feature the return of original band member Bernie Leadon on a few select songs. Henley and Frey start the show with acoustic guitar playing and storytelling. Other band members enter, more stories and then they start the concert with their hits “Already Gone,” “New Kid In Town,” “The Long Run” and “Best of My Love.”
The top spots for this potential last tour are the Pepsi Center in Denver on October 5, shows in Dallas at the American Airlines Center on October 11 & 12 and the iconic Madison Square Garden in NYC with three shows.
Set List for "History of The Eagles: Live In Concert" Tour
With multiple classics hits the set is sure to include “Take It Easy,” “Desperado,” “Already Gone,” “One Of These Nights,” “New Kid In Town” and “Heartache Tonight.”