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Eagles Bio

The Eagles are one of the most iconic and influential rock bands in music history. Since forming in Los Angeles in the early 70s, the Eagles have conquered the charts and become one of the best-selling acts in recorded music history. Their country-tinged hard rock style brought them legions of fans in the United States, Europe, and beyond. To this day, the Eagles’ millions of fans rush to get their hands on Eagles tickets and Eagles albums.

But that’s not to say that the Eagles have always been rock royalty – or that they have always had it easy. The group had to work their way up to superstardom, and they’ve dealt with challenges throughout their career. The Eagles have faced down commercial ups and down, changes in musical direction, an extended breakup, and even the death of one of their most iconic members. But throughout it all, the Eagles have maintained their creative energy and distinctive musical vision, impressive critics and thrilling their fans.

The story of the Eagles starts in 1971. Eagles fans owe the existence of their band to pop singer Linda Ronstadt, who added Glenn Frey and Don Henley to her backing band. When Frey and Henley told Ronstadt that they were planning on forming their own band, she helped them recruit Randy Meisner and Bernie Leadon.

The new band signed onto David Geffen’s new Asylum Records label and played their first show in 1971. They came up with their name later that year during a peyote trip in the Mojave Desert. The Eagles – technically just called “Eagles” – were born.

The Eagles headed to England to record their first album. The self-titled Eagles (1972) was an immediate hit: it included the famous Eagles hits “Take it Easy,” “Witchy Woman,” and “Peaceful Easy Feeling,” among others. “Take it Easy,” which was co-written by Glenn Frey’s friend Jackson Browne, was the first single released and immediately established the band as stars.

The band’s early success put the pressure on them to create a strong second album, and they delivered with Desperado (1973). The album continued to show the band’s country influences. Though it was initially less successful than the band’s debut, it has since gone double platinum.

The group had achieved their early success by making country-influenced rock. But Don Henley and Glenn Frey, who had taken over as de facto band leaders during the recording of Desperado, wanted the band’s sound to continue to evolve. The band changed producers and added guitarist Don Felder during the recording of On the Border (1974). Though their country sound was still apparent, the band was starting to drift towards a harder-edge type of rock.

The band’s next record, One of These Nights (1975) proved to be a breakthrough album for the Eagles. Its singles “One of These Nights,” “Lyin’ Eyes,” and “Take it to the Limit” were all hits, and the successful record set the stage for the band’s next two releases, both of which rank among the best-selling albums of all time. Leadon, who didn’t like the band’s drift towards a more rock-oriented sound, left the band – but critics and fans loved the Eagles more than ever. Joe Walsh came in to replace Leadon.

The first of the band’s two huge 1976 releases was Their Greatest Hits (1971–1975), a compilation album that set the record for the best-selling album in American history. It held that distinction until Michael Jackson’s Thriller topped it in the 1980s. Their Greatest Hits (1971–1975) has been certified a remarkable 29x platinum.

The band’s next studio album was nearly as successful. Hotel California (1976) was released the same year as the greatest hits album and topped the Billboard 200 albums chart. It has been certified 16x platinum, making it the band’s most successful studio album.

The Eagles were bigger than ever. Fans snapped up copies of the group’s two huge albums and rushed to buy Eagles tickets for the latest tour. But as the band reached its high-water mark, it also began to crumble. Randy Meisner left the band over health problems and disagreements with Frey. He was replaced by Timothy B. Schmit. The band’s next album was intended to be a double-album, but Frey and Henley couldn’t write enough songs. The Long Run (1979) was a commercial and critical success, but didn’t live up to the intimidating precedent set by Hotel California. Don Felder began feuding with other members, particularly Frey. In 1980, the band broke up.

Several members of the Eagles went on to have successful solo careers, but the next 14 years were dark ones for Eagles fans. It wasn’t until 1994 that the band finally reunited for a series of live shows. For the first time in more than a decade, fans could get Eagles tickets again. The group released a live record from the tour called Hell Freezes Over (1994).

The Eagles had not completely put their acrimony behind them. Felder was fired in 2001 and sued the group, and Henley and Frey sued Felder right back. The two sides eventually settled out of court in 2007.

It wasn’t until 2007 that the band finally released new material. Long Road Out of Eden, the band’s seventh studio album, took more than half a decade to complete. But it showed that the Eagles were serious about their reunion. After the 2001 Felder firing, the band’s remaining four members stayed in the group until 2016.

When the Eagles’ most iconic foursome finally lost a member in 2016, it was for tragic reasons. Glenn Frey passed away in January of that year after complications following abdominal surgery. It was a huge blow to the band and to their fans: Frey was instrumental in making the Eagles one of the world’s most beloved bands. Joined by Frey’s friend Jackson Browne, the remaining Eagles performed a moving rendition of “Take it Easy” at a concert in Clearwater, Florida as a tribute to their friend and bandmate. Following the performance, the Eagles continued on without Frey.

Today, Don Henley, Joe Walsh, and Timothy B. Schmit carry on the legacy of the Eagles. Fans still line up for Eagles tickets, and the group still delivers the timeless blend of rock, hard rock, and country that has defined the Eagles’ music throughout their career.

Top 3 The Eagles Tracks:

Witchy Woman
I Can't Tell You Why
Wasted Time

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The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$14.00 The Eagles — 06/02/2015
MetraPark Rimrock Auto Arena; Billings, MT
$22.00 The Eagles — 10/21/2017
Philips Arena; Atlanta, GA
$26.00 The Classic Northwest - Saturday — 09/30/2017
Safeco Field; Seattle, WA
$46.00 The Classic West - Saturday — 07/15/2017
Dodger Stadium; Los Angeles, CA
$47.00 The Classic East - Saturday — 07/29/2017
Citi Field; Flushing, NY
$47.00 The Eagles — 10/09/2014
Save Mart Center; Fresno, CA
$57.00 The Eagles — 07/22/2015
E. J. Nutter Center; Dayton, OH
$63.00 The Eagles — 05/05/2018
Moda Center; Portland, OR
$68.00 The Eagles — 10/15/2014
AT&T Center; San Antonio, TX
$69.00 The Eagles — 05/19/2015
Frank Erwin Center; Austin, TX

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$833.00The Classic East - 2 Day Pass — 07/29/2017
Citi Field; Flushing, NY
$693.00The Eagles — 02/22/2015
Rod Laver Arena at Melbourne Park; Melbourne, AU
$645.00The Eagles — 03/10/2015
Brisbane Entertainment Centre; Brisbane, UK
$645.00The Eagles — 11/03/2015
Brisbane Entertainment Centre; Brisbane, UK
$579.00The Eagles — 03/07/2015
Hope Estate; Pokolbin, NSW
$525.00The Eagles — 07/25/2015
Rupp Arena; Lexington, KY
$517.00The Eagles — 02/18/2015
Perth Arena; Perth, Austrailia
$511.00The Eagles — 02/24/2015
Rod Laver Arena at Melbourne Park; Melbourne, AU
$498.00The Eagles — 03/04/2015
Sydney SuperDome (Acer Arena); Sydney, AU
$473.00The Eagles — 07/03/2015
Hope Estate; Pokolbin, NSW