Welcome To The “Hotel California!” It’s now a bit of a running gag between me and my wife: every time we drive by The Beverly Hills Hotel, we take a picture – and why not? It’s iconic for many reasons,… Read More ›
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Live Eagles CD From Europe! My “Lives Of Outlaw Men” Review! Different Version of “Tequila Sunrise”! Classic Eagles Live!
The Eagles Live! We all know that the band has continued to perform live, with Glenn Frey’s son Deacon and Vince Gill joining Don, Joe and Timothy. However, another live album exists in Europe – a CD of classic live… Read More ›
The Eagles End Their “Long Run!” Their Last 70’s Music! Hit Singles! Band Fights! The End Of An Era…
The Eagles End “The Long Run!” After almost a decade in the music business, a phenomenal band called it quits – torn apart by feuding band members after creating a decade of incredible music. The Eagles formed in 1971, and… Read More ›
Welcome To The Eagles “Hotel California”! Joe Walsh Checks In! Brilliant Henley/Frey Music! Steely Dan Shout Out!
I drive by this site almost every single day: Does it remind you of something? Well it should, since it’s the “hotel” that the Eagles made famous: Welcome To The Hotel California! It’s the Beverly Hills Hotel, located on Sunset… Read More ›
“There it was, the sound. Extraordinary blend of voices, wonderful harmony sound, just stunning.” Yes, when listeners heard this band’s gorgeous harmonies, a new sound in country rock music was created! “Take it easy, take it easy Don’t let the… Read More ›
UPDATE: this is NOT a slam against the Eagles or any band members! I have posted many stories about the group, and I am a longtime fan…I thought this was an interesting perspective – and one that was covered EXTENSIVELY… Read More ›
The Eagles’ “Desperado” Disaster! Brilliant Music! Shocking Album Snub! Beautiful “Tequila Sunrise”!
The “Outlaw” Eagles! It’s hard to believe, but the second Eagles album bombed when it was released – but is now considered a seminal part of the band’s history! For a time in the 70’s, rock’n’roll bands were the new… Read More ›