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.
Randy’s tribute to Mother Earth was included on the Eagles’ 1975 album, ONE OF THESE NIGHTS.
The European Tour kicks off with four nights at the Wembley Empire Pool in London.
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.”
A variation on my In His Own Words series. Here friends and colleagues tell us what they think of Randy.
In early August 1975, the Eagles arrived in the Windy City for a concert and took a series of photos on Lake Michigan, one of which appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone.
The Eagles played two sold-out concerts in one night at the Academy of Music. Dan Fogelberg opened both shows.
The Eagles performed for an “exuberant” Dutch audience at the Ahoy. Joe Walsh, not yet a member of the band, opened.
The Eagles were presented with an award in Rotterdam, and a newly-shorn Randy emerges for the final shows in Sweden.
This was Randy’s second visit to Germany. His first trip was while touring Europe with Rick Nelson and the Stone Canyon Band in 1970. All […]
The Eagles performed two nights each in Glasgow, Scotland and Stafford, England. In Glasgow, Joe Walsh played the bagpipes in a kilt, and Randy’s version of “Take It To The Limit” was a highlight at both venues.
Forty-four years ago this week, the Eagles gave an interview for BBC Radio 1 in London shortly after their arrival to kick off their European tour. Each member is interviewed individually, including Randy who answers questions for a full six minutes.
This sold-out double bill in Cleveland was the Eagles’ final U.S. appearance before they embarked on a month-long European Tour. Opening for the band both nights was Jimmy Buffett.
Opening for the Eagles were FLC students, Sam Vann and John Mascaro, as well as the Talbot Brothers.