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Veteran rockers [b]Eagles[/b] have revealed plans to play a one-off, invite-only show, to launch their new album ‘Long Road Out of Eden’ in London later this month.

The band are due to play the 02 Indigo venue – with a capacity of 2,300 – on [b]October 31[/b] – two days after their first album of new material in 28 years is released on October 29.

A spokeswoman for the event said the “once in a lifetime gig” had been set up to coincide with the launch of their new album, and BBC News reports that tickets are to cost up to £950 plus VAT – and are only available to invited members of the music insustry.

Eagles, who split in 1980, are one of the most successful recording acts of all time.

They are the only artists in music history to have three albums that have sold more than 10 million: Their ‘Greatest Hits 1971 – 1975’, ‘Hotel California’ and Greatest Hits 2.

The Eagles – Their Greatest Hits 1971 – 1975 is the best selling album of all time.

As previously reported, the first track to be heard from ‘Long Road Out Of Eden’ is ‘How Long’ and it is available to download free from Amazon.co.uk – more details here.

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