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     The EaglesGiven a fresh set of new dates that will keep the band, the Eagles, touring and performing the long-running History of the Eagles tour is now set to continue well into the summer.  The tour which launched to promote the bands documentary of the same name has toured worldwide with stops in Australia and New Zealand and North America now currently set to conclude in Louisiana.  The group’s harmonies have remained pristine and spot on as they were in 1971.  Beginning with Don Henley and Glenn Frey walking onstage with acoustic guitars and the two performing the song “Saturday Night” from the Desperado album.   After the performance they discuss in depth with the audience the founding of the band up to date walking fans through the formative years of the Eagles.  The first half of the show focuses on the early days of the band, the soft ballads, and the lesser known songs returning after a brief intermission coming back to perform more slow ballads picking up tempo and speed as the night progresses ending with two encores.  Content changes from venue to venue some shows do not even offer the intermission and some only have one encore and focus only on the bands most well-known songs.  The duration of the show also changes from venue to venue however the one consistent is that no matter what they play there is a packed house of die-hard Eagles fans spanning generations.  This band has fans who come on canes and walkers down to diapers and bottles as they rock their way across the globe on what we hope is not a prelude to a final tour.  The Eagles are an American rock band that have been playing together since 1971 and have six Grammy Awards, five American Music Awards, and six number one albums and said to be one of the most successful musical acts of the 1970’s.  Their album’s Their Greatest Hits (1971-1975) and Hotel California, were ranked among the 20 best-selling albums in the United States according to the Recording Industry Association of America.  They put on a show for the ages it is a must see!