Review and Photos by Terry MayerThe Eagles, one of the few bands from the past 30 years to still be together and rocking hard, still retain all of it's original members. Packing the Marcus Amphitheater, many fans gathered to harken back to the memories when they saw the band some three decades ago. "Witchy Women," and "Lyin Eyes" brought back memories gone by. To hear past great hits like "Tequila Sunrise" and "Take It to the Limit" by the band who made them famous is one of life's little perks.
Timothy Schmit sang "Love Will Keep Us Alive," a more recent song from the last ten years. With Glenn Fry treating the fans to his 80s solo career with "You Belong to the City" and Don Henley adding "Boys of Summer." With such talent and great history the Eagles do a good job of combining older hits with newer material and peppering in solo material into a power packed concert to thrill both young and old alike.
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