If you saw the Grammy’s this year you would have seen the Eagles “emotional performance with Jackson Browne and the other surviving members” to honour their band mate Glen Frey who died suddenly in January and according to Don Henley that will be the last performance from Eagles as we knew them. “That was the final farewell” he recently revealed to the BBC “I don’t think you’ll see us performing again. I think was probably it. I think it was an appropriate farewell”.
Frey’s passing halted plans for the anniversary tour celebrating the multi-platinum Hotel California, released in 1976. The band had been in discussions about touring behind this anniversary and performing the album in it’s entirety. “Obviously that’s not going to happen now” revealed Henley who’s busy with his solo career these days after the release of his countrified “Cass County”.