Although Joe Walsh, and Timothy B. Schmit The original Eagles line up found Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Bernie Leadon, and Randy Meisner coming together to back up Linda Ronstadt.
After a gig and an album as Ronstadt's band, the foursome landed a deal at Asylum Records, a new label helmed by David Geffen. Their eponymous debut in 1972 yielded the quick hit “Take It Easy” which was written by Frey along with his neighbor at the time, a young Jackson Browne. The single almost made the Billboard Top 10, falling shy at number 12. The two follow-up tracks, “Witchy Woman” and “Peaceful Easy Feeling,” both only made it into the top 25.
The Eagles' next outing was Desperado. Frey and Henley co-wrote the bulk of the... Read more
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|Event: Raffi||Event Date: Sun. February 1st, 2015||Event Location: Portland, OR - Aladdin Theatre|
|Event: Excision||Event Date: Tue. February 3rd, 2015||Event Location: Portland, OR - Roseland Theater|
|Event: London Grammar||Event Date: Fri. February 6th, 2015||Event Location: Portland, OR - Roseland Theater|