Happy Days Records presents
The Best of the Eagles in Concert
Together and Alone
The Eagles are indisputably one of Rock’s greats, their statistics speak for themselves – more than 150 million records sold worldwide, six Grammy Awards, six number one albums and five number one singles, they are one of the most successful bands of all time. The group’s first best-of collection, ‘Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975’, is amongst the best-selling albums of all time with over 42 million copies sold.
The Best of the Eagles is a tribute concert production that delivers a captivating show from start to finish and recreating the synonymous country rock sound Eagles’ fans have come to expect. With a string of sold out shows from coast to coast performing to over 10,000 Eagles fans in 2016, The Best Of The Eagles won over audiences with fans calling the show “entertaining” and “brilliant”.
‘Together and Alone’ for the first time will present a song fest of classic Eagles hits including ‘Desperado’, ‘Take It Easy’, ‘New Kid In Town’, ‘Take It To The Limits’, ‘Heartache Tonight’ and the legendary ‘Hotel California’, amongst many more with a mix of solo hits of members Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Glenn Frey.
The discography of Don Henley consists of five studio albums, two compilation albums and twenty-seven solo singles including such hits as ‘The Boys Of Summer’, ‘Dirty Laundry’, ‘All She Wants to Do Is Dance’ and ‘The End of the Innocence’.
Joe Walsh began his solo career in 1974 releasing his first of twelve solo albums. Releasing eighteen singles, Walsh enjoyed hits with ‘Life’s Been Good’ and ‘Rocky Mountain Way’.
Glenn Frey achieved solo success in the 1980s having recorded five solo studio albums, two compilation albums, a live album and released 19 singles including Top 40 hits ‘The Heat Is On’, ‘You Belong To The City’ and ‘Smuggler’s Blues’.
Get set to be enthralled as the signature harmonies and musicianship of the Eagles is recreated to perfection. The Best of the Eagles is a concert experience not to be missed.
“From the start of the show they had the audience captivated and if you closed your eyes you would swear you were listening to the original band.”
– Mark Hammond – Astor Theatre, Perth.
Why not make it a night out and book the Foyer Restaurant for pre-show dining alternate serve for only $33 per person
General Admission $60
Group 8+ $55
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DINING @ 6pm
Char grilled Wagyu rump fillet
with creamy potato gratin, red onion jam and veal jus
Oven baked barramundi
with lemon thyme mash and a roasted grape tomato and basil confit
Warm sticky fig pudding
with vanilla bean ice cream and baileys caramel
Profiterole tasting plate
with king island cream and glass sugar.
For wheelchairs and accessible bookings please phone the Box Office on 9521 8888.