Eagles Stars to Honor Glenn Frey at Grammy Awards


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The surviving members of the Eagles are to regroup at the Grammy Awards to perform a tribute to their late bandmate Glenn Frey.

The 67-year-old passed away on January 18 after a long battle with poor health, and he is among the late stars who will be remembered at the upcoming music industry prizegiving in Los Angeles on February 15.


It has now been revealed that Frey’s bandmates Don Henley, Bernie Leadon, Joe Walsh, and Tim Schmidt will reunite at the awards show to perform a poignant tribute to the late rocker.

His longtime friend and collaborator Jackson Browne will also be a part of the Eagles’ set, performing the band’s 1972 hit “Take It Easy” which he co-wrote with Frey.

The Grammys will also feature a tribute to late music legend David Bowie, which will be performed by Lady Gaga, and a nod to Motorhead frontman Lemmy by the Hollywood Vampires.

Bowie died in January, just days after Lemmy lost a short battle with cancer in December.


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