The Eagles were one of the most popular groups during the 70s. "Hotel California" was his best song. They were an American rock band formed in Los Angeles by Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Bernie Leadon, and Randy Meisner.
The Eagles... De band waar ik sinds 1973 fan van ben... veel naar luister, 4 keer heb gezien en waar het nummer Desperado mijn credo is 'you better let somebody love you' Inmiddels 40 jaar zijn mijn herinneringen vervlochten met hun songs...
Eagles+Band+Members | The Eagles The Eagles are my favorite band of my whole life! I could listen to them all day!
Eagles forever. Rest in peace Glenn Frey, one of the greatest songwriters of all time. This has been a sad month for music fans.
Hotel California, The Eagles...my favourite song <3
The Eagles Quote (Take It Easy) Typed on Typewriter - 4x6 White Cardstock
The Eagles Quote (Take It Easy Quote) Typed on #Typewriter by #LettersWithImpact #RIPGlennFrey
STANDIN ON THE CORNER OF WINSLOW ARIZONA, SUCH A FINE SITE TO SEE! THERES A GIRL, MY LORD, IN A FLAT BED FORD, SLOWIN DOWN TO TAKE A LOOK AT ME! Sorry, I got too excited about this. I was there!
The Eagles . . .( Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmit, Don Henley, Glenn Frey and Don Felder )
Mirrors on the ceiling, pink champagne on ice We are all just prisoners here...
Glenn Frey was the Eagles' 'spark plug' – invaluable, driven, reliable
Glenn Frey November 6th 1948 - January 18th 2016
Don Henley, Don Felder, Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmidt, Glenn Frey
The Eagles "Hotel California"(1976) My old step-dad introduced me to the Eagle.
Glenn Frey of the Eagles dead at the age of 67
He inspired millions: Glen Frey. The Michigan native on stage in Los Angeles in 1977
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Don Henley he is a stone fox <3
The Eagles Lyrics and Quotes - 8x10 handdrawn and handlettered print on antiqued paper rock music lyrics
The Eagles Lyrics and Quotes - 8x10 handdrawn and handlettered print on antiqued paper rock music lyrics by mollymattin on Etsy
What does "Hotel California" really mean? (And other questions for Don Henley)
The Eagles' drummer explains the meaning behind their classic song, reflects on the band's success and the loss of Glenn Frey