Irving Azoff, the manager for such industry giants as the Eagles and Steely Dan, is stepping up his campaign against unlicensed videos on YouTube.
The Eagles released 'Hell Freezes Over' on Nov. 8, 1994, comprised of their MTV special and four new songs.
Only one of the Eagles was actually a California native -- but which one?
Don Henley has filed a suit against a clothing company on the grounds that they used his name and the title of an Eagles song without permission.
After honing their harmonies and polishing their country-rock grooves for half a decade, the Eagles scored a career-defining smash with 1976's 'Hotel California' -- and then spent the better part of the next three years trying to figure out how to follow it.
David Letterman finds out that the CBS Orchestra is not allowed to play any Eagles songs.
The Eagles have been rightly praised for their canny combining of Glenn Frey’s city-slicker R&B with Don Henley’s country-fried rockabilly.
That's the allegation made by former guitarist Dennis Stratton, whose brief tenure with the band lasted just long enough for him to contribute to their 1980 self-titled debut album. Following a series of tour dates in support of Kiss and Judas Priest, Stratton was fired and replaced with Adrian Smith, wh
The Eagles have removed another remix of 'Hotel California' from the Internet, prompting the DJ to say the group was missing the point.
If so, Tull frontman Ian Anderson says he holds no ill will, calling it "a kind of tribute."