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The Eagles

Irving Azoff is born. He will find success as a personal manager in the music industry, looking after artists including The Eagles, Steely Dan, Van Halen, Journey, Christina Aguilera and Neil Diamond.
Elvis Presley tops the bill at the Grand Prize Saturday Night Jamboree in Eagles Hall, Houston, Texas, USA.
The Eagles and The Springfields play at The Rialto, York, UK.
The Eagles and The Springfields play at The Odeon, Manchester, UK.
The Eagles and The Springfields play at The Granada, Kingston, UK.
Bristol-based instrumental band The Eagles play at the The City Hall, Salisbury, Wiltshire, UK, supported by Mel Ryder and The Spirits.
The Eagles release their debut album, Eagles, on Asylum Records in the USA.
A coffin containing the body of country-rock star Gram Parsons is stolen from LAX Airport, Los Angeles, California, USA, by his road manager, Phil Kaufman, who drives it out to the Joshua Tree National Monument in the Navajo Desert and sets fire to the corpse, in accordance with a request made by Parsons before his death. The incident is immortalised in the song Fast Cars And Rented Beds by Julian Dawson on his 2004 album Bedroom Suite. The 2003 movie Grand Theft Parsons is about the same incident. Another song inspired by the life [and death] of Gram Parsons is My Man by The Eagles.
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The Eagles enter the Billboard US singles chart with One Of These Nights which will peak at No1.
The Eagles play in The Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan, Asia.
The Eagles release the compilation album Their Greatest Hits in the USA. It will go on to notch up over 42m sales worldwide.
Fleetwood Mac and The Eagles play at Tampa Stadium, Tampa, Florida, USA.
The Eagles and Fleetwood Mac play at Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.
The Eagles play in Schaeffer Stadium, Foxboro, Massachusetts, USA.
The Eagles play at Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, Missouri, USA, supported by J.D. Souther.
Johnny Cash becomes the first country artist to receive the Award of Merit at the American Music Awards. Other winners include Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty, Charley Pride, Glen Campbell, Willie Nelson, Olivia Newton-John and The Eagles.
The Eagles, Linda Ronstadt and Chicago perform at a benefit show for Ronstadt's boyfriend, Jerry Brown, Governor of California and Presidential candidate, at the Sports Arena, San Diego, California, USA.
The Urban Cowboy soundtrack is certified platinum by the R.I.A.A. in the USA. The double LP features Anne Murray, Kenny Rogers, The Eagles, Mickey Gilley, Bonnie Raitt, Linda Ronstadt and J.D. Souther, Jimmy Buffett, The Charlie Daniels Band and others. The film is considered to have started the 1980s boom in pop-country music known variously as the Urban Cowboy Movement, Neo-Country or Hill Boogie.
The ninth MTV Unplugged show to be transmitted features a live acoustic performance by The Eagles' founder Don Henley.
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Don Henley plays at The Patriot Center, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, USA.
Don Henley of The Eagles marries his first and only wife, model Sharon Summerall, in Malibu, Los Angeles, California, USA. Guests at the wedding include Glenn Frey, Joe Walsh, Randy Newman, Jackson Browne, David Crosby, Jimmy Buffett, Sheryl Crow, and others. Live music at the reception is supplied by Tony Bennett, Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel and Sting.
The Eagles play at Lucca festival, Lucca, Italy, Europe.
The Eagles play at Meadowlands, East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA.
The Eagles are the top-grossing live touring act for the six months up to this date, pulling in $76.7m, according to figures reported to Billboard Boxscore.
Don Henley and Stevie Nicks play at the Wachovia Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
The Eagles play at The Staples Center, Los Angeles, California, USA.
American music trade publication Billboard reports that U2 had the top-grossing tour of 2005. More than three million people attended their sold-out 90-date Vertigo tour which grossed $260m (£146.6m). The Eagles took $117m (£66m) from 77 shows and Neil Diamond grossed over $71m (£40m). The Top ten is rounded out by Kenny Chesney in fourth place with $63m (£35.5m), Paul McCartney $60m (£33.8m), Rod Stewart $49m (£27m), Elton John $45.5m (£25.6m), The Dave Matthews Band $45m (£25.3m), Jimmy Buffett $41m (£23m) and Green Day $36.5m (£20.5m).
The Eagles play at Koengen, an outdoor concert venue in Bergen, Norway, Europe.
The Eagles Of Death Metal play at Brixton Academy, London.
The Eagles play at The MEN Arena, Manchester, UK.
On the Who Am I tour, Nick Jonas and The Administration play at The Eagles Ballroom, Wisconsin, Milwaukee, USA.
Peter Lopez, the lawyer who represented music business clients including Michael Jackson, The Eagles, Andrea Bocelli and Michael Buble, is found dead at his home in Encino, California, USA, apparently having committed suicide by shooting himself. Lopez was married to the actress Catherine Bach.
On their Long Road Out Of Eden tour, The Eagles play the first of two night at The GM Place, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
On their Long Road Out Of Eden tour, The Eagles play at The RBC Center, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA.
Glenn Frey [of The Eagles] and Paul Heaton [The Housemartins and The Beautiful South] are guests on the BBC tv show Breakfast, live from Media City, Salford Quays, Manchester, UK.
The Eagles play at The United Center, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Bastille play at The Eagles Ballroom, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.
The Eagles play the second of two nights at The MGM Grand Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
The Eagles play at The Toyota Center, Houston, Texas, USA.
The Eagles play at The Nationwide Arena, Columbus, Ohio, USA.
The Eagles play at The LG Arena, Birmingham, UK.
It is reported that The Eagles' History of The Eagles tour, which launched in July 2013, has grossed more than $145,000,000 and played to 1.1m fans.
On their History Of The Eagles tour, The Eagles play at Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, Washington, USA.
On their History Of ... tour, The Eagles play at The PPL Center, Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA.
Don Henley of The Eagles presents The Walden Woods Project's 2014 Global Environmental Leadership Award to actor Robert Redford during a fundraising event at The Citi Performing Arts Center/Wang Theatre in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, featuring an intimate concert by The Eagles.
When The Eagles Of Death Metal play at The Grog Shop, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, USA, they perform their version of Duran Duran's Save A Prayer live for the first time.
Glenn Frey, a founding member of The Eagles, dies aged 67 in New York City, USA, of complications from rheumatoid arthritis, acute ulcerative colitis and pneumonia, while recovering from intestinal surgery.
Forbes Magazine's Annual Rich List shows Taylor Swift as the year's most financially successful musician, with estimated earnings of $170m. One Direction are second with $110m, followed by Adele with $80m. Madonna sits in fourth place with $76.5m, with Rihanna fifth on $75m.
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