History Music / Eagles

9th Sep '17 11:42:27 PM gjjones
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It is also worth noting that at their "Hell Freezes Over" reunion tour, Glenn Frey quipped "For the record, we never broke up; we just took a fourteen year vacation." Felder was fired in 2001, and he would subsequently sue Frey and Henley. Eagles ''officially'' reunited to release their first new album in 28 years, 2007's ''Long Road Out of Eden'' and have spent much of the time since on tour.

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It is also worth noting that at their "Hell Freezes Over" reunion tour, Glenn Frey quipped "For the record, we never broke up; we just took a fourteen year vacation." However, disagreements between Frey, Henley, and Felder was fired in 2001, and he would subsequently sue result in the latter's firing in 2001 and subsequent lawsuits against Frey and Henley. Eagles ''officially'' reunited to release their first new album in 28 years, 2007's ''Long Road Out of Eden'' and have spent much of the time since on tour.



On January 18, 2016, Glenn Frey passed away while recovering from surgery, at the age of 67. After the band took part in a moving tribute performance with Jackson Browne at that year's Grammy Awards, Don Henley stated the band was more or less over... [[FlipFlopOfGod but shortly afterwards,]] it was announced that the band would continue to perform, with Glenn's son Deacon taking over his father's role.

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On January 18, 2016, Glenn Frey passed away died while recovering from surgery, at the age of 67. After the band took part in a moving tribute performance with Jackson Browne at that year's Grammy Awards, Don Henley stated the band was more or less over... [[FlipFlopOfGod but shortly afterwards,]] it was announced that the band would continue to perform, with Glenn's son Deacon taking over his father's role.



* EnsembleCast: Straight and averted - they began with the concept of splitting everything (almost) equally, but by the end it was obvious that Glenn Frey and Don Henley dominated the songwriting and singing, not to mention decision making. One of Glenn's conditions for the band's reunion in 1994 was that he and Henley should make more money, as he saw the band not as 'the musketeers' but as a sports team where all the players are important but some are ''more'' important than others. That caused a lot of tension with Don Felder and ultimately led to the latter's firing from the group.

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* EnsembleCast: Straight and averted - they began with the concept of splitting everything (almost) equally, but by the end it was obvious that Glenn Frey and Don Henley dominated the songwriting and singing, not to mention decision making. One of Glenn's Frey's conditions for the band's reunion in 1994 was that he and Henley should make more money, as he saw the band not as 'the musketeers' but as a sports team where all the players are important but some are ''more'' important than others. That caused a lot of tension with Don Felder and ultimately led to the latter's firing from the group.
21st Aug '17 4:46:39 PM Green_lantern40
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On January 18, 2016, Glenn Frey passed away while recovering from surgery, at the age of 67. After the band took part in a moving tribute performance with Jackson Browne at that year's Grammy Awards, Don Henley stated the band was more or less over... but shortly afterwards, it was announced that the band would continue to perform, with Glenn's son Deacon taking over his father's role.

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On January 18, 2016, Glenn Frey passed away while recovering from surgery, at the age of 67. After the band took part in a moving tribute performance with Jackson Browne at that year's Grammy Awards, Don Henley stated the band was more or less over... [[FlipFlopOfGod but shortly afterwards, afterwards,]] it was announced that the band would continue to perform, with Glenn's son Deacon taking over his father's role.



** VitriolicBestBuds: Even if they're not good friends now, though, they seem to have buried the hatchet. Don Felder and the current lineup, however...

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** VitriolicBestBuds: Even if they're not good friends now, though, they seem to have buried the hatchet.How their relationship until Frey's death could probably be best described. Don Felder and the current lineup, however...
21st Aug '17 4:38:35 PM Green_lantern40
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On January 18, 2016, Glenn Frey passed away while recovering from surgery, at the age of 67. After the band took part in a moving tribute performance with Jackson Browne at that year's Grammy Awards, Don Henley stated the band was more or less over, a sentiment fans tend to agree with, however the band has occasionally reunited for concerts in 2017 with Glenn's son Deacon taking over his role.

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On January 18, 2016, Glenn Frey passed away while recovering from surgery, at the age of 67. After the band took part in a moving tribute performance with Jackson Browne at that year's Grammy Awards, Don Henley stated the band was more or less over, a sentiment fans tend to agree with, however over... but shortly afterwards, it was announced that the band has occasionally reunited for concerts in 2017 would continue to perform, with Glenn's son Deacon taking over his father's role.



!!Principal members (Founding members in '''bold''', most recent members in ''italic''):

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!!Principal members (Founding members in '''bold''', most recent current members in ''italic''):
12th Jul '17 8:00:11 AM Yoshiman400
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On January 18, 2016, Glenn Frey passed away while recovering from surgery, at the age of 67. After the band took part in a moving tribute performance with Jackson Browne at that year's Grammy Awards, Don Henley stated the band was more or less over, a sentiment fans tend to agree with.

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On January 18, 2016, Glenn Frey passed away while recovering from surgery, at the age of 67. After the band took part in a moving tribute performance with Jackson Browne at that year's Grammy Awards, Don Henley stated the band was more or less over, a sentiment fans tend to agree with.
with, however the band has occasionally reunited for concerts in 2017 with Glenn's son Deacon taking over his role.



* '''''Don Henley''''' - lead vocals, drums, percussion, guitar, tabla, keyboard (1971–80, 1994–2016)

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* '''''Don Henley''''' - lead vocals, drums, percussion, guitar, tabla, keyboard (1971–80, 1994–2016)1994–present)



* ''Timothy B. Schmit'' - bass, backing and lead vocals (1977–80, 1994–2016)
* ''Joe Walsh'' - guitar, backing and lead vocals, keyboard, organ (1975–80, 1994–2016)

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* ''Timothy B. Schmit'' - bass, backing and lead vocals (1977–80, 1994–2016)
1994–present)
* ''Joe Walsh'' - guitar, backing and lead vocals, keyboard, organ (1975–80, 1994–2016)
1994–present)
8th Apr '17 10:42:01 AM 123456789
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* OneSteveLimit: Averted with Don Henley and Don Felder.
8th Apr '17 10:36:51 AM 123456789
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** Even if they're not good friends now, though, they seem to have buried the hatchet. Don Felder and the current lineup, however...

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** VitriolicBestBuds: Even if they're not good friends now, though, they seem to have buried the hatchet. Don Felder and the current lineup, however...
8th Apr '17 10:31:20 AM 123456789
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* LesserStar: Don Felder believes he became one since the reunion. See EnsembleCast.



* StepUpToTheMicrophone: Frey and Henley were the most prolific songwriters; other band members would typically write one song per album, on which they would sing lead. Don Felder sang lead exactly one time, on "Visions" off of ''One of These Nights'', which he co-wrote with Henley.

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* StepUpToTheMicrophone: StepUpToTheMicrophone / VocalTagTeam: Frey and Henley were the most prolific songwriters; other The latter usually sang lead, with the former taking the lead once or twice an album on the songs they wrote together. Other band members would typically write one song per album, on which they would sing lead. Don Felder sang lead exactly one time, on "Visions" off of ''One of These Nights'', which he co-wrote with Henley.



* VocalTagTeam: Henley usually sang lead, with Frey taking the lead once or twice an album on the songs they wrote together; other band members usually pitched in one song per album (see StepUpToTheMicrophone above).
11th Feb '17 10:10:43 PM DavidDelony
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* FollowTheLeader: The list of soft-rock and even country bands who employ heavily layered harmonies is miles long. The band's harmonies were largely influenced by Music/TheBeachBoys and Music/TheByrds, naturally.
15th Jan '17 3:49:19 AM VicGeorge2011
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* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: "Get Over It" is an entire song that is just one such speech.
24th Dec '16 3:15:03 PM Gosicrystal
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* TheAlcoholic: Walsh. "I only got drunk once, [[NoExceptYes for thirty years]]."

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* TheAlcoholic: Walsh. "I only got drunk once, [[NoExceptYes [[DistinctionWithoutADifference for thirty years]]."
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