The Eagles Jacksonville Tickets
Winner of six Grammy Awards, five American Music Awards and six number one albums, The Eagles are bringing different forms of rock music to Jacksonville. The Eagles Jacksonville tickets are selling by the day. The Veteran Memorial Arena with an accommodation of 15000 seats awaits your presence. The Eagles have sold over 150 million records and are counted amongst the world’s best selling brands of all times. From the albums sold, 100 million records were sold in the US alone that included ‘Their Greatest Hits (1971–1975)’ (42 million copies) and ‘Hotel California’ (32 million copies). No American band competed in sales of The Eagle’s record during 1970s. In the US history, they are the highest selling American band. Now the rock artists are coming to Jacksonville for their upcoming concert so get ready for a great time.
The Eagles is an American rock band. The current members of the band are Don Henley (vocals, drums, percussion, guitar), Glenn Frey (vocals, guitars, keyboards, harmonica), Joe Walsh (guitars, vocals, keyboards), and Timothy B. Schmit (bass, vocals, acoustic guitar). The Eagles Jacksonville tickets for Veterans Memorial Arena are open for sale. It is the same place where Harlem Globetrotters, part-comedic, part-athletic group performed during their tour.
The mutual goal of Glenn Frey and Don Henley to pursue music led to the formation of The Eagles in 1971, California. Frey and Henley were members of Linda Ronstadt’s band. They teamed up with Randy Meisner and Bernie Leadon. The Eagles were signed by Asylum Records; they travelled to London for the recording with Glyn Johns (producer). They released their debut titled Eagles in 1972. “Take It Easy”, the first single led them to national recognition instantly. The release of Desperado in 1973 became a hallmark of storytelling style music.
The band moved towards success and in 1976, Asylum released Eagles, Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975 (a singles compilation album). It earned them the first RIAA platinum award in that category and sold over a million copies on its release. In the same year, “Lyin Eyes” awarded the band with their first Grammy award. Their next album Hotel California ranked number one on the Billboard charts leading to commercial popularity and critical success. At that time nine million units of Hotel California surpassed the seven million units of Eagles. The Eagles has been on the path of success since then.