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I grew up listening to the Eagles and I really enjoy their music. I
know very little about Vince Gill or Deacon Frey. On most of the
songs where Vince was lead I was not impressed, he wasn't bad,
just not what I was expecting. Deacon on the other had did a great
job on all the songs he sang. Joe Walsh was great. His guitar
playing and singing were excellent. I don't recall the name of the
other guitar player, but he was also great. I really enjoyed his
performance. One of the signs of getting old is that I wish they
had turned the volume down just a bit.
James Elliott from San Diego, California
STILL GREAT BUT SLOWING DOWN
Seen Eagles 4 times, once in 70s once in 80s, once in 2005, and last night. Deacon was great
standing in for his dad Glenn. However, as my friend Steve observed, they sounded more like
an Eagles tribute band. I was surprised that Don Henley seems to no longer have the “Golden
throat”. However, he is in his 70s. Same thing happened to Sinatra. Vince Gill performed well
but he is about 2 octaves higher than Glenn Frey was and while he performed well, it just
wasn’t the same. The crowd didn’t care because we love our Eagles no matter what. Joe Walsh
totally shredded. He’s an awesome performer. Saw Zach Brown group immediately before
Eagles and was blown away at how great they are. Never had seen them before but definitely
a fan now. Acoustics at Petco are pitiful but visuals were great.
Barbara Strickland from Boston, Massachusetts
Wow is all I can say. These guys went on and didn’t stop for amost 3
hours. I bought thes tickets months ago and planned a whole trip
around them. Was not disappointed. Huge crowd really into it.
Bryan From Erie Colorado from Denver, Colorado
6-28-18 - COORS FIELD - DENVER - SURPRISED BY MANY THINGS...
Right out of the Blocks they opened with 7 Bridges Road, was a beautiful rendition
for what set the tone of a classic Eagles show. 2nd song, right to the introduction of
Deacon Frey and off and running with Take It Easy, well done. Was fun seeing the
young Frey helping front the band. 3rd song Henley’s up front for One Of These
Nights and a brief discussion. Talked about Glenn Frey, his spirit being captured in
the songs, and that the celebration of his life’s achievements would always be
remembered, and visited throughout the evening in the body of his work. Enter
Vince Gil for “Take It To The Limit”. I’ll just say right now, that if you’re trying to find a
voice to cover Meisner and Frey for many of the Eagles Standards, I can’t believe
anyone could have done them any better. Having Vince on board was a huge coup in
the absence of Glenn Frey. Vince was amazing all night, really brought his heart with
his vocals. My final comments, in general, a Very Entertaining show, had a horn sect
Timothy McMacken from Dallas, Texas
Very impressed with the band ,
Vince Gill was great also Glen Fryes
son a great
Sabra from Dallas, Texas
EAGLES WELCOME SWEET TALENTED DEACON FREY!
The Eagles began with an emotional moving harmony with them all lined up
across the stage. Glen Frey’s son Deacon was front center in his gentle
spirited way. Deacon is stepping up to use his beautiful voice and natural
talent to sing where his late father Glen Frey has left a vacancy once
described as irreplaceable- Deacons voice took over perfectly. It was an
experience one has to see and hear! Vince Gill is on tour with them and his
soul balanced the missing parts. Best sound ever, best concert so happy to
have the opportunity to see this superbly gifted group in Dallas our home.
Thank you Eagles, great sound Deacon you did it!❤️ Not to be missed tour!
Ben Bouchard from Vancouver, British Columbia
THE SONGS AND THE HARMONIES
Always wanted to see and hear the
Eagles live. To sing along and hear
tens of thousands of people singing
together has to be the best
experience a human can have.
Songs are still great, harmonies are
moving, The Eagles still have it. Joe
Walsh?, c’mon! Great.
Beautiful Stage and backdrop.
Pushed through with a couple
meatheads beside us who arrived
drunk and were served an additional
7 beers each. They were eventually
hanging off us.
Nothing bad just annoying. My wife
and I left early missed one song, not
bad to avoid getting more beer
spilled on us and the eventual good
by hugs and or shove haha!
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