Listen: Don Henley Confirms to the BBC That The Eagles Are "Probably" Done; Will Record R&B Album

Most Eagles fans have suspected that the beloved band was most likely done after the recent death of Glenn Frey, but now they have confirmation from bandmate Don Henley.

Henley talked to the BBC Radio 2's Simon Mayo and told him, in reference to the Grammy performance with Jackson Browne "I don’t think you’ll see us performing again. I think that was probably it." He also said that it was a difficult performance that the band wasn't sure they wanted to do but that the Recording Academy had been insistent.

Henley also revealed that there was a plan in place, before Frey's death, to tour this coming summer performing the Hotel California album in its entirety.

Coming up for Henley, more touring in support of his latest album, Cass County, including dates with Carole King, followed by heading back into the studio to record an album of R&B material.

Here is the interview, courtesy of the BBC:

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