The Eagles Billings Tickets
The Eagles are a highly decorated rock band from the early seventies. They have several chart topping singles and albums. The band which has its roots in Los Angeles, California became an iconic band in American by the late seventies. The band disbanded in 1980 to huge disappointment from fans. After fourteen years The Eagles got together on stage again in 1994. They again went atop the album charts with their subsequent release ‘Hell Freezes Over”. Although the band hasn’t come up with more albums in recent years, they still tour and perform at sold out arenas. Get The Eagles Billings tickets and hear the amazing guitar play and phenomenal music that took Eagles to unprecedented fame.
Whenever the debate of best rock bands in America’s history comes up, the mention of The Eagles is inevitable. They were one of the most successful acts of the seventies, with several chart topping singles and immensely successful albums. The Eagles currently consist of founding members Glenn Frey, who plays the piano and keyboard, and drummer Don Henley. Joe Walsh is the guitarist for the band, along with Timothy B. Schmit playing the bass and Bernie Leadon on electric guitar.
They won four Grammy Awards in the seventies, winning their first Grammy in 1975 for Best Pop Performance by a Group for "Lyin' Eyes". This was followed by two Grammy’s in 1977; the single "Hotel California" won Record of the Year, while "New Kid in Town" won the award for Best Arrangement for Voices. In 1979 "Heartache Tonight" raked in the fourth Grammy for Best Rock Vocal Performance by a Group.
Soon after their reunion The Eagles were honored with a place in Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998. In 2001 they were inducted in the Vocal Group Hall of Fame. In 2008 the band won their fifth Grammy, which was followed by the sixth Grammy for Best Pop Instrumental Performance on the song "I Dreamed There Was No War" in 2009.
Get The Eagles Billings tickets and hear their songs which have captivated listeners all over the world. Billing, the largest city in Montana will live up to its nickname ‘Magic City’ when The Eagles will give their enchanting performance.