One of the co-founders of one of my favorite bands is again hinting at packing it in. [lastfm]Don Henley[/lastfm] who co-founded [lastfm]The Eagles[/lastfm] with [lastfm]Glenn Fry[/lastfm], [lastfm]Bernie Leadon[/lastfm], and [lastfm]Randy Meisner[/lastfm] and started at Doug Weston’s Troubadour on Santa Monica Boulevard in the 70’s.
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[pullquote quote=”I had hoped that we could go for two more years and reach the 40-year milestone. But it’s looking more and more like the end of the trail is imminent.” credit=”The Eagles, Don Henley”]
Henley was quoted in an interview with The Vancouver Sun this week that, quote, “I had hoped that we could go for two more years and reach the 40-year milestone. But it’s looking more and more like the end of the trail is imminent.”
However if the 62-year old singer, drummer, guitarist goes back on his word, it won’t be the first time, remember he was the one who said in 1980 after the band’s first break-up that the group would get back together, quote, “when hell freezes over”. Turns out that was a perfect name for a tour and a live LP of the same name. It only brought in millions.
For those of you who won tickets to see The Eagles at the Hollywood Bowl, I think you’ll agree, [lastfm]The Eagles[/lastfm] will be around for ever!
[Source: The Vancouver Sun]