Glenn Frey, Vocalist And Guitarist For Rock Legends The Eagles, Dead At 67

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The rock n’ roll world has taken another massive blow with the news that Glenn Frey of the legendary rock band the Eagles has passed away at the age of 67. TMZ and the official Eagles website both report that Frey had been dealing with intestinal problems for months, but his condition in the past few weeks had taken a turn for the worst, until his death on Monday.

The Eagles have had countless hits with Frey as a founding member of the California rock group like “Hotel California,” “Desperado,” “Lyin Eyes,” “Peaceful Easy Feeling,” “Take It Easy,” and so many more. They notoriously broke up in the ’80s through very public acrimony, only to reunite in the mid-’90s for their Hell Freezes Over album and tour. The group continued to work on and off all the way up until last year’s History Of The Eagles Tour.

Frey also enjoyed a successful solo career with pop rock hits such as “The Heat Is On” and “You Belong To The City.”

We will continue to stay with this story. Rest In Peace.

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