Eagles new album Long Road Out of Eden and Eagles first shows at the Nokia Theatre, Los Angeles
October 28, 2007
Some European journalists as well as winners of Eagles competitions in our continent have been invited to see the latest concert of the Eagles at The Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles (California) this saturday. The show ended 3 hours ago. On the bill, the Dixie Chicks as a opening act. Some concert proceeds will be for the fire victims of San Diego.
Almost 7500 persons (only seats with quite an excellent view) in the crowd and the new Eagles single "How Long" (from their new album Long Road Out of Eden) that all people sing along to start the concert. "We are back with new songs" Glenn Frey said at the beginning of the show.
4 new songs of "We are back with new songs" with Glenn Frey follow and more than one hour and a half of classic hits from The Eagles have been playing. No "I Can't Tell You Why" but solo careers were there with "Life's Been Good" (Joe Walsh), "Dirty Laundry" and "The Boys Of Summer" (Don Henley). Don Henley ended the show with Desperado as a solo piano player and singer.
You can see some pics of one of The Eagles show at the Nokia Theatre in this FlickR pictures album (44 pics at all).
To celebrate the release of Long Road Out of Eden, Eagles are to play at London's Indigo on Wednesday October 31st. Tickets are not available for general sale, but fans from UK have the chance to win tickets via a number of online competitions.
Remember thatyou can listen to the entire EAGLES album "Long Road Out Of Eden" online for FREE (Exclusive Sneak Peek) on Lite98.com AT THIS ADDRESS.