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Don Henley sobre el futuro de los Eagles



Don Henley deja caer la idea de que el hijo de Glenn Frey pueda ocupar el puesto del fallecido músico de los Eagles.


Tras la muerte de Glenn Frey, los Eagles se reunieron en un concierto junto a Jackson Browne para interpretar viejos éxitos de la banda. Hasta aquí nada nuevo ya que parecía cerrarse toda una historia de los Eagles. Pero en una entrevista que Don Henley da a Montreal Gazette, el músico deja caer el bombazo ya que, a la pregunta de si se podría repetir una vuelta junto a Timothy B.Schmit y Joe Walsh, Don habla de la idea de que Deacon, hijo de Glenn, pudiera ocupar el puesto de su padre en la banda. 

Aunque una reunión es difícil debido a que tanto Timothy como Joe están muy dedicados a sus carreras en solitario, parece que una esperanza queda según las palabras del mismo Don Henley.

MG: Could you see yourself in a situation where those songs are performed again, whether it’s you and Timothy B. Schmit and Joe Walsh working with Jackson Browne on a one-off like you did at the Grammys, or something else?


DH: (Pauses) At some point in the future, we might work our way around to that. You know, Glenn has a son who can sing and play quite well. And one of the only things that would make sense to me is if it were his son. With Jackson, of course, we could do Take It Easy and a couple other things, but the only way I would consider any kind of reunion, I think, would be with Glenn’s son, Deacon. But there have been no discussions along those lines, and we’re still going through the healing process — trying to get through all this. And those are things that might happen somewhere down the road. But right now, everybody’s doing the solo thing. Timothy’s got a new album coming out, and Joe has been on the road in conjunction with Bad Company. And I think Timothy plans to go on the road. So we’re all just doing our thing.

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