The best of ‘70s American rock lands at Oklahoma City’s Chesapeake Arena.
Wednesday, May 20 –
In 1971, the Eagles arrived in Los Angeles with band members Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Bernie Leadon and Randy Meisner. Having sold more than 150 millions records, it’s easy to say that the Eagles successfully soared through the ‘70s with great musical talent under their wings, producing top hits that include “Life in the Fast Lane” (1976), “Already Gone” (1974), “Desperado” (1973), “Lyin’ Eyes” (1975), “Take It to the Limit” (1975) and “Hotel California” (1976), which lands at No. 49 in Rolling Stone’s list of 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. Disbanding in 1980, they’d fly again in 1994 with Hell Freezes Over and in 2007 with Long Road Out of Eden. On Wednesday, May 20, these Rock and Roll Hall of Famers arrive in Oklahoma City on their History of the Eagles tour that kicked off in 2013. For $46.50 to $176.50, see the Eagles take over Chesapeake Energy Arena. For more information, visit www.chesapeakearena.com.