Eagles News Roundup: new documentary, Schmit’s health, Henley’s an inductor

Eagles News Roundup: new documentary, Schmit’s health, Henley’s an inductor

The Eagles’ two-part career-spanning documentary called History of The Eagles gets its TV debut on Showtime February 15th and 16th, with a DVD release coming as early as mid-March.

The band’s bassist Timothy B. Schmit recently revealed on his official website that he is now cancer-free following surgery in November on his throat and neck. Read more here.

Don Henley has been named an inductor for this year’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony.  Henley will induct Randy Newman into the Rock Hall on April 18th.  The ceremony will be held at L.A.’s Nokia Theater and will air on HBO May 18th.

Mike Anthony

 

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