The Eagles Add Four New Tour Dates with Vince Gill, Deacon FreyThe lineup for the four tour dates will feature Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit with Frey's son Deacon and Vince Gill.
The Eagles Sue Mexican 'Hotel California'The proprietors now face a lawsuit from the Eagles that claims the property rips off "arguably the band's most popular song, and in many ways embodies the very essence of the band itself."
The Greatest Bands Of the 70'sAh the 1970s. Known to many as the decade of care-free decadence, it also was a time when many of the best rock bands shot to prominence.
Eagles' Timothy B. Schmit Plots West Coast TourThe Eagles' bass player is touring in support of his new solo album 'Leap of Faith.'
Watch Keith Urban Perform the Eagles' 'Take It Easy'He's one of the country singers to pay tribute to the late Glenn Frey.
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Eagles, Carole King, George Lucas Lead Kennedy Center HonoreesSome of the biggest pop culture figures of the '70s will be honored by the ceremony.
Pun-Hating Don Henley Sued Clothing Company Over 'Don a Henley' Shirt Ad"Don a henley and take it easy" was no laughing matter to The Eagles singer.
Lawyer for Pharrell, Eagles and John Lennon Threatens to Sue YouTube for $1 BillionA new group has singled out YouTube over other sharing services for a slew of reasons, including "their attitude."
Foo Fighters Share Two New Songs Featuring Eagles' Joe Walsh & Gary Clark, Jr: ListenNext week, the Foo Fighters will drop their eighth studio album, Sonic Highways, but in the meantime the band is sharing two new tracks from the record that have them teaming up with the Eagles' Joe Walsh and Gary Clark, Jr.
Foo Fighters Confirm Death Cab for Cutie's Ben Gibbard and The Eagles' Joe Walsh Among 'Sonic Highways' GuestsBand member Nate Mendel calls the new tunes "fairly straight forward Foo Fighters songs and almost every one of them takes a left turn and goes off on some psychic odyssey with guest musicians in the middle."
The Eagles Earn Title of ‘World’s Largest Record’ With ‘Hotel California’According to CBS LA, the venue has created what they're calling the "world's largest record" and it is in fact made of vinyl, enough to cover 5.7 acres or nearly four football fields.