American rock band The Eagles.
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When veteran California rock band the Eagles hit the stage in London at the weekend, there was no pretence about why people had come to see them or what the band was expected to do.Which is exactly what the band -- founded in 1971 and still playing, give or take a 14-year split-up -- intended.Indeed, the Eagles' current world tour is called "History of the Eagles" and is a rare beast in that it is the concert of the DVD rather than the other way round.One is that fans tend not to go to see famous old bands to hear new music.It helps of course that the Eagles have a repertoire that is large enough and familiar enough to make all but the biggest rock bands envious.But Henley also reckons that the band has plenty of other outlets for creativity in terms of solo projects.
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