The Eagles kicked off their “History Of The Eagles” North American tour Saturday in Louisville, Kentucky, and video from the opening night show has surfaced.
The band is hitting the road in support of their acclaimed documentary "History Of The Eagles," which was released on DVD and Blu-ray in April.
Louisville.com reports a sold out crowd at the KFC Yum! Center relived some of the greatest moments in the history of rock and roll on Saturday night.
The site says the show began with founding members Don Henley and Glenn Frey playing acoustic guitar before being joined by another founding member, Bernie Leadon. From there, bassist Timothy B. Schmidt was added to the lineup, and then Joe Walsh came on board for the show.
The 3-hour set featured two sets, an intermission and multiple encores.
Read the full concert review at Lousiville.com here.
North American dates for The Eagles are currently scheduled to November 23 in Orlando, Florida.
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