Eagles Legend Glenn Frey
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|Sun 10 Mar, 8:00pm–10:30pm||
Where: Vector Arena, 42-80 Mahuhu Crescent, Auckland
Restrictions: All Ages
- Platinum: $164.90
- Gold: $149.90
- Silver: $124.90
- Bronze: $99.90
- Booking fees may apply
Event listed by: Sandra Roberts
Tickets on sale Thursday 29 November
* Tickets subject to a booking fee and credit card charges
Eagles legend, Glenn Frey – composer, song writer, lead vocalist, lyricist, responsible for '70s anthems by the Eagles and his global solo hits in the '80s – and his band will perform in two very special concerts in New Zealand in March, armed with a set list of iconic Eagles hits, his chartbusters from the 1980s, and a taste of his sixth solo album, After Hours.
A gifted songwriter and multi-talented artist with six number one albums, six Grammy Awards, five American Music Awards and two inductions into the Songwriters and Rock & Roll Halls of Fame, Glenn pioneered the Eagles’ harmonic California sound (along with Don Henley) and has writing, co-writing and performance credits on so many classics.
Glenn and Don formed the Eagles in 1971 and released their debut album in 1972. Since, the Eagles have sold over 120 million albums worldwide. As a solo artist and with the Eagles combined, Glenn has released 24 Top 40 singles on the Billboard Hot 100.
Desperado, Hotel California, Best of My Love, I Can’t Tell You Why, Life in the Fast Lane, One of These Nights, The Long Run, New Kid In Town, Wasted Time, Lyin’ Eyes, Tequila Sunrise, Take It To The Limit, Heartache Tonight, Take It Easy, I Found Somebody, The One You Love, Smuggler’s Blues and soundtracks – The Heat Is On (Beverly Hills Cop), You Belong to the City (Miami Vice), Flip City (Ghostbusters II), Part of Me, Part of You (Thelma & Louise) and more.
This After Hours tour is your opportunity to wrap your arms around each other and revisit the best of times in the songs from the legend that is Glenn Frey, supported by New Zealand’s own chart-topping artist, Dane Rumble, in what promise to be two unforgettable concerts.
The After Hours album is out now through Universal Music New Zealand and iTunes.