The Eagles Are Coming To Seattle, With Glenn Frey’s Son Deacon Taking His Place

by Norm Gregory on September 17, 2017

in Music


Oh … OK,’ Don Henley said, and then seemed to need a moment to gather his thoughts.

I had started our talk wanting to get the hard stuff out of the way: the loss of his friend and co-founder of The Eagles, Glenn Frey, who passed away in January of last year of pneumonia.

Henley and the band are preparing to tour without him for the first time since his death and will play Safeco Field on Sept. 30, with The Doobie Brothers co-headlining. They’re billing it as ‘The Classic Northwest.’

‘It’s very strange to be on the road without him,’ Henley began. ‘It’s just odd. I don’t know if I will ever get completely accustomed to it.’

But Henley has done the only thing he could do to keep Frey’s spirit alive, and to keep playing: He has asked Frey’s son Deacon to join The Eagles, playing and singing his father’s parts.” (Via The Seattle Times.)

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