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Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Remembering Glenn Frey 1948 - 2016



Singer/songwriter Glenn Frey, who died Monday at age 67, won six Grammy Awards as a founding member of the Eagles, who began performing in 1971. After the band's breakup in 1980 (they reunited in 1994), Frey had a successful solo career, and he and the Eagles were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998.

His acting credits include NBC's Miami Vice (1985), Let's Get Harry (a 1986 feature film), CBS's Wiseguy (1989), CBS's South of Sunset (1993) and Jerry Maguire (1996).

Below I've selected some videos to celebrate Glenn Frey's life and career.

The Eagles perform "Peaceful Easy Feeling" on the BBC on March 20, 1973.



The Eagles perform "Take It Easy" during a 1977 concert.



Frey released "The One You Love" as the lead single from his 1982 debut solo album, No Fun Aloud.



Frey performed "Desperado" on Late Night with David Letterman on July 26, 1984.



Frey performed "The Heat Is On" from the 1984 film, Beverly Hills Cop.



Frey was interviewed on Later with Bob Costas in June 1992.



Frey starred in the pilot episode of the CBS detective series, South of Sunset, which aired on October 27, 1993.



The Eagles were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998.



In May 2012, Frey released his fifth and final studio solo album, After Hours, featuring a cover of "Route 66".

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