Don Henley Says The Eagles’ Current Tour Might Be Their Last [VIDEO]
The Eagles kicked off their world tour in Louisville on Saturday. And according to Don Henley, this might be their last major tour.
Don said "Covering the entire globe will take us about two years. So, by the time we get through this tour, it'll be 2015 and we'll all be in our late 60's. "It's been an incredible experience for all of us, but it may be time to say adios and bow out gracefully."
Henley also confirmed that founding guitarist Bernie Leadon will be part of the tour . . . and that guitarist Don Felder will not be. The documentary "History of the Eagles" premiered on Showtime earlier this year, and featured a clip of Felder crying while he was talking about being fired from the band in 2001.
When he was asked about that scene, Henley called it a, quote, "poignant moment if it was real." Adding that Felder, quote, "continues to engage in legal action, of one kind or another against us,so I can't really say anything further about it."
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