Eagles' First Show Without Glenn Frey

Fans are raving over the Eagles' Saturday night (July 15th) gig at Dodgers Stadium as part of the Classic West/East Concerts -- with the late-Glenn Frey's son Deacon Frey confidently living up to the family name and giving Eagles fans hope for the future. After the band opened with their classic Steve Young cover, the vocal showcase "Seven Bridges Road," Deacon took the lead on the band's first true classic, "Take It Easy" and throughout the night alternated on six and 12-string acoustic and electric guitar, taking the lead vocal on both "Peaceful Easy Feeling" and "Already Gone."

Fellow new edition, country star Vince Gill, stepped up to the mic to tackle such Glenn Frey favorites as "Tequila Sunrise," "Lyin' Eyes," "New Kid In Town," and the Randy Meisner standard "Take It To The Limit," which in recent years was reclaimed by Frey, who co-wrote it with the former Eagles bassist and Don Henley. The main surprise of the night was "Heartache Tonight" co-writer Bob Seger hopping onstage and honoring his teenage buddy Glenn Frey by taking the lead vocal on their legendary co-write and chart topping hit.


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