Passengers flying in to Los Angeles International Airport are getting a reminder that the Eagles will help reopen the legendary Forum later this month. A gigantic image featuring a replica of the band's 1976 'Hotel California' record is currently draped over the venue's roof.
The pages of rock history are full of nasty band breakups, and the Eagles' -- whose 1980 split included the infamous concert during which Don Felder and Glenn Freyagreed to meet backstage for a beatdown -- was acrimonious enough that few fans expected to ever see a reunion. But on Dec. 6, 1993, hell started freezing over, all thanks to country superstar Travis Tritt.
As the Eagles continue their 2013 tour, the six studio albums they released on Asylum Records between 1972 and 1979 will soon be available on vinyl once again -- this time in a limited-edition box set called, um, 'The Studio Albums 1972-1979.'
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