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2014-06-18 12:28:32

Special Guests to Include: Bill Szymczyk (The Eagles, The Who, Joe Walsh), Al Schmitt (Paul McCartney, Eric Clapton), Elliot Scheiner (Foo Fighters, Beck, Steely Dan), and Tony Visconti (David Bowie, T. Rex, Morrissey). MASHANTUCKET, Conn., June 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp presents a Special Edition Fantasy Camp that provides private and personal master class sessions with four of the most successful Grammy-winning producers and mixers in music history - Tony...

2013-12-05 23:00:41

Legendary rock band, the Eagles, will be making several stops in North America during their ‘History of the Eagles' tour. Get the best seats in the house from TopNotchSeats.com. San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 05, 2013 Don’t miss out on one of the most fascinating bands in music history as they relive their greatest moments on stage during the American leg of their “History of the Eagles” tour. Everyone will want to get their Eagles concert tickets today from Bay Area...

2011-05-17 00:00:28

Legendary live sound pioneer and ham radio expert, Bob Heil, will premier a netcast show called "HamNation" on May 24, 2011. The show focuses on subject matter for the ham radio enthusiast. Bob's first guest will be rock star, friend and avid amateur radio operator, Joe Walsh, who also wrote the theme music. Fairview Heights, IL (PRWEB) May 15, 2011 Legendary live sound pioneer and ham radio expert, Bob Heil, is set to premier a new netcast show on Leo Laporte's TwiT.tv network. Called...

2008-08-02 03:00:19

By Steven Goode, The Hartford Courant, Conn. Aug. 2--Would you pay $265 for the best seat in the house at an Eagles concert? How about two Eagles concerts? That was the cost for high-end tickets to Thursday's show at the Mohegan Sun Arena and that was pretty much what the legendary band delivered to an enthusiastic, packed house. Jamming for about three hours, the band that made its bones on melodic, country-style rock, dished out about 30 of its best collective and solo numbers, as...

2008-07-29 15:00:49

By RICK MASSIMO BOSTON -- Touring behind their first record of new material in 13 years and only their second in the past 28, it would have been easy for last night's Eagles concert at the TD Banknorth Garden to be a retrospective of past hits with a couple of head-for-the-beer-line nods to their present-day output. It didn't go like that. Playing to a sold-out crowd of 12,694 (and wearing black coats and ties -- a good look, updated without being uptight), the Rock and Roll Hall of...

2006-08-03 05:44:32

NEW YORK (Billboard) - The Eagles hope to take flight with a new album -- sooner rather than later, according to guitarist Joe Walsh. "I would say the first half of next year we should be able to put out a new Eagles album," he told Billboard.com, adding with a laugh that "it'll be nice to have some new songs to play, 'cause we're sick of the old ones!" The Eagles have been talking about a new studio album, their first since 1979's "The Long Run," since launching the tongue-in-cheek...


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