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Thread: RIP Glenn Frey

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    RIP Glenn Frey

    One of my all time favorites for over 40 yrs. Love the Eagles.
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    They definitely have a lot of classics to their names - and Frey did pretty well on his own too !






    RIP Glenn Frey, another good one gone too soon !

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    Legend and great talent !!

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    Another band I'm glad I saw live back at Wembley Stadium as part of Elton John's Capt' Fantastic tour in 1975. Superb band and another big loss to the music industry.

    A mention too for Mott the Hoople drummer to who died yesterday aged 67 from a dementia related illness.
    Its been a bad start of the year for celebrity deaths
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    probably be good odds to hear "Hotel California" in a bar in LoS somewhere tonight then...555
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    Quote Originally Posted by nelsonone View Post
    probably be good odds to hear "Hotel California" in a bar in LoS somewhere tonight then...555
    This has come to be my favourite.....

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    Hated seeing this news yesterday. RIP Glenn and take it easy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by soupdragon View Post
    This has come to be my favourite.....

    That entire performance was truly excellent.

    And after 14 years apart.

    RIP to Glenn Frey.

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    More bad news.

    Very sad loss.Go well Glen Frey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dawsey View Post
    Another band I'm glad I saw live back at Wembley Stadium as part of Elton John's Capt' Fantastic tour in 1975. Superb band and another big loss to the music industry.

    A mention too for Mott the Hoople drummer to who died yesterday aged 67 from a dementia related illness.
    Its been a bad start of the year for celebrity deaths
    i used to love mott the hoople,big haired glam rock before i got into punk,ian hunter was a hero before 1976 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=koJxSCSGDkA
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve w View Post
    i used to love mott the hoople,big haired glam rock before i got into punk,ian hunter was a hero before 1976 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=koJxSCSGDkA
    Fairly sure after Ian Hunter went solo, the rest of the band became the British Lions had one or two albums

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