The American rock band Eagles, who received the “Grammy” Award for their song Hotel California, announced their farewell tour The Long Goodbye, informs “Mir 24”.
The first concert of the tour will be held on September 7 in New York. The last performance will be held on November 17 in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
“Our long journey has lasted much longer than any of us ever dreamed. But everything has its time, and it's time to close the circle. We want to give all of our fans a chance to see us on our last tour” - the musicians said.
They also expressed their gratitude to their fans, noting that they have survived for more than five decades thanks to their interest and support.
The Eagles were a rock band formed in 1971 by singer Don Henley and guitarist Glenn Frey. In the future, the team changed composition several times, broke up and united again. In August 2018, the Recording Industry Association of America named
Eagles Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975 the best-selling album of all time. According to the association, the album surpassed Michael Jackson's Thriller in popularity.
During their years in the music scene, the Eagles have sold 150 million copies of their albums worldwide and won six “Grammy” awards, the source notes.