The Eagles have announced a 40th anniversary, deluxe reissue of their landmark 1976 album, Hotel California.
An interesting 2017 version of the Eagles has announced a set of“An Evening with the Eagles” shows that will take placethis fall.
Timothy B. Schmit first experienced commercial success as a teenager, when his band the New Breed had a hit in 1965 with "Green Eyed Woman."
The 39th Annual Kennedy Center Honors aired on CBS December 27, 2016,celebrating James Taylor, Al Pacino, Mavis Staples, Argentine pianist Martha Argerichand the Eagles.
If you’re a Jethro Tull fan, you probably noticed years ago that there is a distinct resemblance between one of the prog-rock group’s older songs and the Eagles’ monster hit “Hotel California.”
Like a lot of music-obsessed people, I tend to create a fair amount of iTunes playlists. Why? So that I always have just the right music for any setting or situation.
Check out thisjust-released video of an exciting and comprehensive discussion on the making of the Eagles' "Hotel California."
Guitar World rounds up the top 20 Eagles tracks and breaks them down in an effort to provide some insight into what made this legendary guitar ensemble soar to great heights.
During a recent interview with BBC Radio 2's Simon Mayo, Don Henley pretty much announced the end of the Eagles.
Here's one that's been making the rounds lately.It's the isolated guitar tracks from the Eagles' "Hotel California."
Last night, the Eagles and Jackson Browne performed a spirited version of "Take It Easy," the Eagles' first hit from 1972, as a tribute to band cofounder Glenn Frey, who died January 18.