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The Eagles are an American rock band formed in Los Angeles in 1971 by Glenn Frey (1948-2016), Don Henley, Bernie Leadon, and Randy Meisner. Their debut album Eagles was released in 1972 followed by Desperado in 1973. The band was increased to five members in 1974 when Don Felder was added midway through the recording of their third studio album, On the Border.

Bernie Leadon left the band in December of 1975 after the tour for their fourth album, One of These Nights, and was replaced by Joe Walsh. In September of 1977 Randy Meisner left the band after the tour for their fifth studio album, Hotel California, and was replaced by Timothy B. Schmit.

Their next studio album, The Long Run, was released in September of 1979. It had taken two years to complete. After a concert in July 1980, the band (then consisting of Felder, Frey, Henley, Schmit, and Walsh) split up and would not perform together as a band for another 14 years.

These same members formally reunited in 1994 and toured through 1996; the live songs from this tour, plus four new studio songs, comprised the Hell Freezes Over live album. In 1998 the Eagles were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the first year they were nominated. For the induction ceremony, all seven Eagles members (Frey, Henley, Felder, Walsh, Schmit, Leadon and Meisner) played together for two songs, Take It Easy and Hotel California.

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source: wikipedia.org