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In 1971 the band, Eagles, was formed and since then seems to have transcended time with music that is as relevant today as it was in the 70s. The band has overcome a long-lasting break, has seen its members go on to successful solo careers, then reunite to be just as successful, if not more so, selling out concert venues around the world. But its the details in-between that are attention-getting. Formed by original band members, Glenn Fry, Don Henley, Bernie Leadon and Randy Meisner, the Eagles have only 7 studio albums and 2 live albums (with several compilation albums); but out of that relatively small number of albums came greatness: six #1 albums, six #1 singles, including two from their last studio album Long Road Out of Eden in 2007, and six Grammy awards. They have sold 150 million albums worldwide with almost half of those from only two albums; the 1976 album Hotel California sold 32 million and Their Greatest Hits (1971-1975), also released in 1976 sold 42 million. The Eagles have the record for the highest number of albums sold by an American band in the 1970s. Don Felder joined the band in 1974 with Joe Walsh being added in 1975, replacing Bernie Leadon. Timothy Schmit replaced Randy Meisner in 1977. Henley and Fry were the powerhouse song-writing partnership for the majority of songs from their second album, Desperado, through their last album. The band's music is an enjoyable blend of country and rock styles, and through the years the albums have vascillated back and forth between country-type ballads with soft-rock components and more hard rock sounds.
The Eagles parted company and disbanded in 1980 with each of the band members going on to varying levels of success, Fry, Henley and Walsh being the most notable. The band reunited in 1994 with a live tour that partly spawned the album Hell Freezes Over. The album's name stemmed from comments made by Henley that the group would get back together "when hell freezes over". The Eagles were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998, continued touring intermittently, and released their last album, Long Road Out of Eden, in 2007. In February 2013, the documentary "History of the Eagles" was released and, subsequently, the band announced a 2013 North American tour