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HENLEY: "I DON'T THINK YOU'LL SEE US PERFORMING AGAIN"

“I don’t think you’ll see us performing again. I think that was probably it.” So said Don Henley of The Eagles in an interview with BBC Radio 2’s Simon Mayo, noting that the death of co-founder Glenn Frey likely meant the end of the band.

Henley cited the Grammy performance of the surviving members with Jackson Browne (which he described as emotionally difficult) as an apt farewell, and said he looked forward to touring as a solo act, performing songs from recent album Cass County and his solo hits on a bill with old pal Carole King. He also hinted that his next solo set would be inspired by the R&B he loved in his youth.

Before Frey’s passing, he added, The Eagles had planned to perform the Hotel California album in its entirety on tour. You can check out the interview here:

 

 

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