The Eagles Raleigh Tickets
This year, you can catch the band members; Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit, perform their greatest hits live at the PNC Arena by getting the The Eagles Raleigh tickets. This is going to be their first performance in Raleigh in the last eight years. “Hotel California,” “One of These Nights,” “Life in the Fast Lane,” and “Desperado” are few of those classical hits in the history of music that has set the standards for the modern bands and will doing so for the upcoming rock bands. Winner of six Grammies and five American Music Awards, The Eagles is a legendary rock group that emerged on the music scene in 70s.
Seller of more than 150 million records worldwide, The Eagles is one of the most influential bands that exist in the history of rock. As this rock quintet reaches Raleigh for a concert at the PNC Arena, get your hands on the The Eagles Raleigh tickets to catch them performing live.
Hailing from California, The Eagles was formed in 1971 and within one year, they released their debut, an eponymous album. Produced by Glyn Johns, this was a breakthrough success with three of its songs reaching the Top 40 singles list. The album’s lead track which reached number twelve on Billboard Hot 100 was "Take It Easy" written by Frey. This was followed by another hit single "Witchy Women," a rather bluesy tune which got charted at number nine.
A year later they came up with their second studio album "Desperado" which produced two major singles, "Desperado" and "Tequila Sunrise." "On the Border" and "One of Those Nights" was their third and fourth album. Their next studio album "Hotel California" was certified sixteen times platinum, becoming the highest selling studio album of The Eagles to this day.
In 1976 they released their first compilation album "Their Greatest Hits" which peaked at number one in US and on number two in UK. With this extensive discography of top charting singles and multi-platinum albums, The Eagles has undoubtedly been the most successful rock band since past 35 years.