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Don Henley's 70th birthday concert will feature Eagle members, Stevie Nicks

Updated On 23 Jul, 2017 Published On

Don Henley turns 70 on Saturday, and the Eagles prime supporter will praise his point of reference birthday big, with a ritzy show at American Airlines Center in Dallas.

While no official lineup declaration has been made, D magazine reports that among the outstanding performers who will join Henley at the show are his long-lasting Eagles band mates Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit his "Calfskin and Lace" two part harmony accomplice and ex Stevie Nicks, and Scandal frontwoman Patty Smyth.

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The occasion will highlight exhibitions of tunes from all through Don's long music profession, including a large number of his great Eagles melodies and solo hits. The show is a piece of a three-day birthday festivity for Henley that likewise will incorporate a narrating occasion and a Q&A session booked for Sunday, July 23.

Continues raised by the different occasions will profit the Caddo Lake Institute, a not-for-profit association Henley established in 1993 to help protect the wetlands territory close to the place where he grew up of Linden, Texas.

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Henley and his late band mate Glenn Frey, obviously, were the fundamental lyricists and co-lead artists of the Eagles, a standout amongst the best shake groups ever. After the gathering separated in 1980, Don appreciated proceeded with multi-platinum accomplishment as a performance craftsman. The Eagles rejoined in 1994 and have remained a prominent visiting act from that point forward. Henley was drafted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with the gathering in 1998. 

Following his birthday festivity, Henley will play The Classic East celebration with a re-framed Eagles lineup on July 29 in New York City. The show, a sidekick occasion to The Classic West show that was held July 15 in Los Angles, likewise will include Steely Dan and The Doobie Brothers.