Yes was “strictly a pot and hash band,” Chris Squire insists, until a fateful 1973 U.S. tour featuring the Eagles as their opening act.
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Don Felder on the Eagles’ struggles to complete The Long Run: ‘We kept trying to raise the bar higher’
Feeling pressure from all sides, the Eagles simply cracked.
‘It’s been just incredible': The Eagles’ Don Henley notes deep-cut confusion among surge of new fans
“Half the audience,” Henley says, “came to the party a little bit later.”
Don Henley became so infuriated that he came up with an ingenious plan.
‘It was inappropriately titled': Did ‘History of the Eagles’ focus too much on Glenn Frey and Don Henley?
“It should have been titled,” Don Felder says, “‘The History of Don Henley and Glenn Frey.'”
His career with Eagles took flight with a similar sound more than 40 years ago.
‘I’m from a different generation': Don Henley tears into fans who text, take pictures, even stand up at Eagles concerts
“You pay for your seat,” Henley helpfully reminds. “Sit in it.”
‘This is not going to go anywhere': The Eagles’ Joe Walsh didn’t have a guitar as his first instrument – or his second
Most rock fans can recite Joe Walsh’s CV from memory: James Gang, the Eagles, solo artist. Maybe most important of all: Guitar god. But it wasn’t always thus. In fact, Walsh’s first instrument was not a guitar. Neither was his second.
As Glenn Frey makes another run of History of the Eagles shows, more than six years after the group’s most recent album of original songs, the question of boredom begins to creep in. Not for Frey.
Something clicked for the Eagles in the mid-1970s, as they went from being a popular country-rock act to chart-breaking arena-filling superstars. Many credit lineup changes that included the arrivals of Don Felder and Joe Walsh. Felder has another idea, however.