The Eagles are heading to England next summer for a pair of major shows. Billboard reported the band will perform its 1976 masterpiece Hotel California in its entirety at London's Wembley Stadium on August 29th and 30th. On this side of the pond, the band has tagged an April 21st show onto its itinerary for Phoenix's Talking Stick Resort Arena
In October, the band wrapped a handful of "Hotel California" shows in Vegas. The 31-song concerts, which featured an accompanying orchestra and choir, kicked off with the classic album, with the band going on to play a further 23 tunes — including a few dips into both Don Henley and Joe Walsh's solo catalogues.
General on-sales for the London shows are set for Saturday, December 14th at 9 am and can be purchased by visiting the Eagles' official website. The Eagles' will kick off its "Hotel California 2020" tour stateside on February 7th and 8th at Atlanta's State Farm Arena.
The Eagles feature classic members Don Henley, Joe Walsh, and Timothy B. Schmit — along with the late-Glenn Frey's 24-year-old son Deacon Frey, as well as country legend Vince Gill.
Don Henley explained that like everyone, the Eagles' long road to adulthood had the usual bends and curves along the way: ["We did some great things and we did some stupid things. But I don’t think anybody had any big regrets. Y’know, as the song goes, 'Regrets, I’ve had a few — but too few too mention.' So, we’re just glad to be alive and working."] SOUNDCUE (:11 OC: . . . alive and working)
Hotel California is now the third best-selling album of all time, having been certified 26-times Platinum by the RIAA for sales and streams of more than 26 million copies.
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