New York, NY (PRWEB) June 01, 2013
Cheap Concert Tickets announces that The Eagles will be performing live in Seattle at the Key Arena on September 4th. Residents of Seattle are thrilled that one of their favorite groups from yesteryear will be performing in their hometown in early September. This popular secondary ticket exchange is offering the exclusive customer appreciation code EAGLES-SEATTLE for special savings on The Eagles in Seattle.
The Key Arena is located in the Seattle Center which is north of downtown Seattle. The Seattle Center is a 74 acre complex which is used for concerts, circuses, professional sports and ice shows. This venue can seat slightly over 17,000 for basketball games and about 17,500 for concerts. Some of the sports teams which call Key Arena home are: Seattle Storm, Seattle University Redhawks, Rat City Rollergirls and Pacific-12 Conference women’s basketball. Throughout the year, countless concert tours also headline at the Key Arena and 2013 will bring artists such as: The Eagles, One Direction, Selena Gomez, Josh Groban and Michael Buble.
The Eagles will be releasing a documentary entitled “The History of the Eagles” and their 2013 tour with the same name will get underway in Louisville, Kentucky on July 6th. This amazing group will visit over 30 cities during the months of July, September and October.
The Eagles, composed of Don Henley, Glenn Frey, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmitt, will be performing their classic songs. Don Henley had also mentioned that a former member will be along for some of the shows.
The band started in 1971 and is considered the greatest American band ever. The Eagles have five number one songs along the way to selling more than 120 million copies. They have also won six Grammy Awards. They were the iconic band of the 1970s with the “Greatest Hits 1971-1975” album, “Hotel California,” and “Greatest Hits Volume 2” albums. Since these were first released the albums have sold more than 29 million copies, 16 million copies, and 11 million copies, respectively.
The band broke up in 1980, and came back for a reunion when they had a live performance in April 1994. This was followed by a tour and a live album. They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998. The Eagles continued with their reunion tour concerts along with releasing compilations and new albums. In 2007, they released “Long Road Out of Eden,” their first album of new songs since 1979. They promoted the album via a world tour that began in March 2008, at London's O2 Arena. They concluded their tour in Lisbon in July 2009.
The first part of The History of the Eagles was shown at the Sundance Film Festival in January, prior to the broadcast on Showtime the following month. The DVD and Blu-Ray will be released on April 30. It will contain Parts 1 and 2, and The Eagles Live at the Capitol Center, March 1977. The documentary was made from interviews with the band members, as well as producers, and other people close to the band. It is composed of 8mm videos shot by the band members during tours and recordings, and 16mm videos of the concerts. The March 1977 concert footage was taken over the two nights of concerts at Washington DC during the Hotel California Tour.
The band members have been active even during their hiatus. They have had successful solo careers with their own individual best-selling singles and albums.
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