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Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by BMX, Jan 26, 2016.
JD and/or Jackson
I also think they're done, but I'm in complete agreement about Jackson Browne filling in if otherwise.
John Mayer, obviously
****in Lyin' Eyes? How do they work?
It's all too sad to think about, honestly.
David Lee Roth could do it and liven the band up a bit. Other than that, they were actually pretty much toast after kicking Felder out, so just call it a day and leave it at that.
It's a shame that Linda Ronstadt isn't singing anymore. Otherwise, I think she'd be a great addition to Browne, Souther, Meisner and/or Felder.
....and would bring the entire Eagles as a band full circle (they backed Linda really early on).
Glen had one of those voices that you just can't drop anyone into, kinda like Steve Perry or Layne Stayley or Michael Hutchence. Not technically advanced, or a huge range, just very unique and tough to recreate. I'd vote for Gill or Jackson Browne though...
Henley's been touring as himself...and some backup musicians. He opened several shows for the Doobie Brothers last summer.
Well, there you go. They should bring Sir Paul in on guitar, Ringo could handle the drums and Don could concentrate on vocals.
The could call themselves the Beatgles.
Just think of the set list!!!!
When I saw Ringo Starr's All Stars, Walsh was in the band.
I thought I remember that right.
Timothy Schmidt would be perfect in that setup. Stand back there and play solid bass, add great harmonies, then step up and sing "I Can't Tell You Why." Surprised it hasn't happened yet.
My guess is that Felder is either:
a) waiting for a phone call to rejoin, or
b) we'll soon see Felder touring using the Eagles name
I think that Frey said it in the Documentary...he IS the Eagles...the rest should bury the cash cow and move on...the honorable thing to do
I caught one of, if not the, earliest lineups. It was at Merriwhether Post Pavillion, c. '89 IIRC. I believe it was this exact lineup. I enjoyed all those great mid-80's Dead shows there, too. And it's where I took my daughter for her first concert: Maroon 5.
Ringo Starr – drums, vocals
Joe Walsh (Eagles and James Gang) – guitar, piano, talkbox, vocals
Nils Lofgren (Crazy Horse and E Street Band) – guitar, accordion, vocals
Dr. John – piano, bass, vocals
Billy Preston – keyboards, vocals
Rick Danko (The Band) – bass, guitar, vocals
Levon Helm (The Band) – drums, harmonica, vocals
Clarence Clemons (E Street Band) – saxophone, tambourine, percussion, vocals
Jim Keltner – drums
They must pull the plug.
Randy Meisner had the range to do it. I know Glenn would do Take it to the Limit the last 3 or more tours.