Forty-seven years ago today, the Eagles played Kent State University on the eve of the 5th anniversary of the Kent State Shootings. But it was not without controversy.
The first California Jam was held on Saturday, April 6, 1974, at the Ontario Motor Speedway in Ontario, California. The concert was produced by ABC […]
The Eagles headlined at Day On The Green in Oakland, CA, May 1977.
For Earth Day, we celebrate Randy’s song about Mother Earth.
The Eagles were the headliners at the third annual Ohio University Music Festival in Athens, Ohio, less than two weeks after the release of their second album, DESPERADO.
“Consider this song (“Take It Easy”) the Eagles first hit. There is nothing remarkable about Glenn Frey’s lead vocal, it’s the backing harmonies that set […]
Visit the Places the Eagles lived, worked and frequented. Glenn Frey opened the Eagles’ concerts with, “Thank you. Good evening, we’re the Eagles from Los […]
The European Tour kicks off with four nights at the Wembley Empire Pool in London.
“Randy’s bass playing is that growly, Nebraska, R&B-oriented bass feel to the country stuff.” Glenn Frey from The Guardian ~ “Eagles: ‘We were too busy […]
In front of a small audience at the College Of The Holy Cross in Worcester, MA, the Eagles performed a 10-minute epic, written and sung by Randy, called “Wait & See,” which was originally intended for ON THE BORDER.
The inside story of the Eagles’ third album and first with producer Bill Szymczyk & guitarist Don Felder. In the reviews, Randy’s “Is It True” is called the “most beautiful song on the album.”
It wasn’t all about writing, recording, and touring. The Eagles didn’t attain their success by accident. They made their money because they ran their band […]
Boyd Elder, who became known as the Eagles’ artist, had his first art exhibition on April 2, 1972 in Venice, California. Some of the information […]
The original four were sent to Colorado to develop and perfect their live show and play together as a band. There the four musicians, who […]
Tucked away near the end of Hotel California is the last song Randy wrote during his tenure with the Eagles, “Try And Love Again.” Today, the song is considered a deep track, but in 1976, it was a hit with contemporary critics, who felt it was the highlight of the album.