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Vinyl Records: Eagles albums for that peaceful easy feeling [Amazon]

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Take your next vinyl record listening session to the limit. Here are the top three Eagles albums from Amazon for that peaceful easy feeling.READ MORE

The Eagles In Concert - Las Vegas, NV

Steuart Smith: 4 Songs From The Eagles Guitarist Who Remains “Not An Eagle”

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In recognition of the Eagles' longtime session guitarist's efforts, here are the four songs that were co-written by Steuart Smith.READ MORE

Don Henley performs at the T.J. Martell Foundation 8th Annual Nashville Honors Gala  on February 29, 2016 in Nashville, Tennessee

Don Henley Says The Eagles Have Broken Up Following Glenn Frey Death

Buzz 17:57PM EDT

When fans saw the remaining members of The Eagles with Jackson Browne perform "Take It Easy" at the Grammys, which was probably now the last time they will see all of them together. In light of the recent death of founding member Glenn Frey, Don Henley spoke to BBC Radio 2 and said that it was band's "final farewell."READ MORE

Bernie Leadon, Timothy B. Schmit, Joe Walsh, Jackson Browne and Don Henley, honoring Eagles founder Glenn Frey during The 58th GRAMMY Awards on February 15, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.

Grammys 2016: The Eagles, Jackson Browne Pay Tribute To Glenn Frey With "Take It Easy'

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After Ed Sheeran took home the surprise 2016 Grammy win with "Thinking Out Loud" for Song Of The Year over favorites Taylor Swift and Kendrick Lamar, the remaining members of The Eagles, Don Henley, Bernie Leadon, Timothy B. Schmit & Joe Walsh with Jackson Browne paid tribute to their recently fallen guitarist and singer for the band, Glenn Frey.READ MORE

Joe Walsh, Glenn Frey, Don Henley and Timothy B. Schmit of the Eagles backstage during the 2012 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival

Grammys 2016: Eagles Bandmates, Jackson Browne to Honor Glenn Frey with 'Take It Easy'

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The Grammys are set to pay tribute to the late Eagles guitarist/singer Glenn Frey in the most appropriate way possible - with his bandmates. On Wednesday (Feb. 10), the Eagles and Grammys announced that Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmit and Bernie London will honor their fallen comrade alongside his frequent collaborator Jackson Browne.READ MORE

 Glenn Frey of Eagles performs onstage during the 16th Annual Race to Erase MS event

Stephen Colbert Remembers Glenn Frey with 'Desperado' Memory on 'The Late Show' [WATCH]

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The music world was rocked by the death of the Eagles' Glenn Frey on Monday (Jan. 18) and in honor of the legendary guitarist, singer and songwriter, Stephen Colbert shared an integral memory involving the Frey-penned hit "Desperado" on The Late Show.READ MORE

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Bruce Springsteen Honors Glenn Frey With Cover of Eagles' 'Take It Easy' [WATCH]

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Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band took time out of their River Tour stop at Chicago's United Center to perform a cover of the Eagles' "Take It Easy" in tribute to Glenn Frey, whose death on Monday (Jan. 18) hit the music world by surprise.READ MORE

 Glenn Frey and Don Henley of the Eagles perform during 'History Of The Eagles Live In Concert' at the Bridgestone Arena

Glenn Frey's Death Partially Caused by Medications, Eagles Manager Irving Azoff Claims

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In a surprising twist, Eagles manager Irving Azoff claims that Glenn Frey’s death was partially caused by medications he was taking to treat a medical condition. In a statement released to the band’s website this past Monday (Jan. 18) it is said that Frey died of multiple ailments, including rheumatoid arthritis, colitis and pneumonia. Frey passed away at the relatively young age of 67. In an a new interview, Azoff said that the colitis and pneumonia were directly to connected to medications he was on for the arthritis, although he would not name names.READ MORE

Glenn Frey and Joe Walsh of the Eagles perform during 'History Of The Eagles Live In Concert' at the Bridgestone Arena

Eagles Manager Irving Azoff Talks Glenn Frey's Death, His Impact on the Industry

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The music world is saddened by the passing of Glenn Frey, guitarist of the Eagles, a no one more so than those closest to him. Frey’s inner circle included the band’s manager Irving Azoff who fostered their talent since the beginning. Glen passed away this past Monday (Jan. 18) at the relatively young age of 67. In a new interview, Azoff talked about the legendary guitarist’s death and the impact that the band has had on the industry.READ MORE

Glenn Frey

Eagles' Guitarist and Singer Glenn Frey Dead at 67

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The rock 'n' roll world has lost another musical icon this month. On Jan. 18, Eagles announced that founding member and guitarist Glenn Frey has died after a battle with several ailments at the age of 67.READ MORE

Katy Perry performs at Atlantis The Palm on November 10, 2015 in Dubai

Katy Perry, One Direction, Garth Brooks Top List Of 2015's Highest Paid Musicians

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In just three short weeks we will wave goodbye to an eventful 2015 and it has been a year where many musicians have been able to reap the rewards of their labor and reap some of them did. Forbes has unveiled their list of the highest paid musicians in 2015 and Katy Perry tops the list with a whopping $135, putting her just behind Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao as the highest paid celebrities on the planet. She is followed by One Direction, Garth Brooks, Taylor Swift and The Eagles to round out the top five.READ MORE

The David Lynch Foundation Honors Rick Rubin

Dixie Chicks Reunite for 2016 ‘DCX MMXVI' European Tour. Tickets on Sale!

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The drought is over for fans of the Dixie Chicks, as the country trio announced this week that they'll be heading out on the road next summer. The 'DCX MMXVI World Tour' will kick off June 1st at the Riverbend Music Center in Cincinnati, Ohio and hit 40 cities in North America before concluding with a performance at the Hollywood Bowl in October. Although tickets to see the Dixie Chicks don't go on sale for the general public until November 23, some tickets have hit the secondary market before the public offer. Prior to the pre-sale, resale ticket prices for the DCX MMXVI World Tour are already soaring to an average $236, and fans can expect to see increases as the tour gets closer.READ MORE

The Eagles' 5 No. 1 Hits May Surprise You (Hint: 'Already Gone' Ain't One)

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Today marks the 40th anniversary of The Eagles' "One of These Nights" getting to no. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Getting to the top of the pop charts is one of the most difficult accomplishments in music, even for a major act (and even more difficult than topping the Billboard 200 albums chart). The Eagles has managed to do it five times across the band's lengthy career, and that's nothing to yawn at. Music Times decided to check out what five songs managed to peak on the chart...and were fairly surprised at what we found. If you were expecting "Take It Easy," "Peaceful Easy Feeling," "Already Gone" or other lasting hits from Their Greatest Hits...be prepared to be surprised.READ MORE

Brad Paisley with the Rolling Stones

Brad Paisley Performs 'Dead Flowers' With the Rolling Stones in Nashville [WATCH]

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In the midst of the Rolling Stones' Zip Code Tour, the legendary group stopped by Nashville for a 20-song set highlighting their country-favored sounds in a gesture to Music City. Stone's classics including "Wild Horses," "Dead Flowers" and "Faraway Eyes" were performed with a bit more twang while Mick Jagger paraded around in a cowboy hat.READ MORE

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One Direction, Katy Perry Top Billboard's Music 'Money Makers' List [FULL LIST]

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Forbes is usually the go-to for celebrity earnings and net worth but Billboard has assembled its own "money makers" list based exclusively on what performers brought in from musical earnings, such as live revenues and album sales (no sponsorship money or other other jobs outside of the industry...sorry Dr. Dre). When considered for music-based earnings, One Direction topped the chart for the last year, bringing in $46 million. Zayn Malik may want to reconsider some recent career decisions.READ MORE

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