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The Eagles were founded in the early 1970s in California, United States. Initially, The Eagles consisted of four musicians. The musicians met in 1971 when they were involved to record music for the album of the singer Linda Ronstadt.

The Eagles - Hotel California
The Eagles – Hotel California

The Eagles was founded in the early 1970s in California, United States. Initially, The Eagles consisted of four musicians. They were still active in the band Don Henley (born July 22, 1947 in Texas) and Glen Frey (November 6, 1948, Detroit) as well as Bernie Leadon (June 19, 1947, Minneapolis) and Randy Meisner (March 8, 1946, Scottsbluff).

The musicians met in 1971 when they were involved to record music for the album of the singer Linda Ronstadt. It was also associated with the singer’s two-month concert tour. During this time, four men thought that they were playing so well that they wanted to work together in one team.

The decision was easier because everyone was already experienced musicians, and in addition, they were encouraged not only by Ronstadt but also by her manager John Boylan. Shortly after the band was announced, in September 1971 they signed a contract with Asylum Records, led by David Geffen. The name Eagles was supposedly chosen for another California band popular in the late 1960s – The Byrds.

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