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The Eagles Fly Through Their Hits At London Show

The Eagles Fly Through Their Hits At London Show

[b]The Eagles[/b] launched their first new album in 28 years with a special one-off show in London last night (October 31).

The band comprising [b]Don Henley, Glenn Frey, Joe Walsh[/b] and [b]Timothy B Schmit[/b] played for over two hours to an intimate, by their usual standards, crowd of 1,300 invited guests and competition winners at London's indigo2 venue.

Kicking off the show with their first new single in nearly three decades 'How Long', taken from their new double album 'Long Road Out Of Eden'.

The next three tracks were also taken from the new material, before the band started with their canon of California rock, 'Peaceful Easy Feeling' and 'One Of These Nights' through 'Lyin' Eyes', 'Boys Of Summer' to a second encore that ended the show with 'Desperado.'

The Eagles played:

[b]How Long
Busy Being Fabulous
I Don't Want To Hear It Anymore
Guilty Of The Crime
Hotel California
Peaceful Easy Feeling
One Of These Nights
Lyin' Eyes
Boys Of Summer
In The City
Long Run
Life's Been Good
Dirty Laundry
Funk 49
Heartache Tonight
Life In The Fast Lane[/b]

First encore:
[b]Rocky Mountain way
All She Wants To Do Is Dance[/b]

Second encore:
[b]Take It Easy
Desperado[/b]

You can find out more about the album in Uncut's four-star rated review here.

More information on the band is available from The Eagle's official website here: www.eaglesband.com.

Pic credit: PA Photos


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