Hotel California

Don Henley, Joe Walsh and other members of the Eagles after a tribute to Glenn Frey was performed during the 58th Grammy Awards at the Staples Center

LISTEN: Eagles Share Previously Unreleased Live Version of "Hotel California"

In October 1976 (and hundreds of other times), the Eagles performed “Hotel California.” But this particular performance—at the Forum in Los Angeles—was recorded and is now being released in honor of the 40th anniversary reissue of their iconic Hotel California LP.
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We Checked In, & We Never Left...The HOTEL CALIFORNIA

Altho it was released towards the end of 1976, The EAGLES landmark album, 'Hotel California' enjoyed it's greatest success in the year after, which saw both the title track, and 'New Kid In Town' each peak at #1 on the charts. The EAGLES have just announced a Thanksgiving release date for a 40th...
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DON'T Infringe on ANY EAGLES' Trademarks Or You'll Be Sued!

THE EAGLES are notoriously protective of their trademarked images and songs...the band is no stranger to litigation against those who 'skirt' copyright laws, and they are very diligent about protecting what's theirs. The Eagles' attorneys are now focused on such a transgression by a Mexican hotel...
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Eagles Sue Previously Named Hotel California

We’re going to guess the first song that probably comes to mind when you think of the Eagles is “Hotel California.” And as popular as the song is, the band isn’t okay with a Baja, Mexico hotel using its name. According to Billboard, the Eagles are suing the hotel for trademark infringement based on...
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