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Songlist

James Dean
Victim Of Love
Dirty Laundry
One Of These Nights
Boys Of Summer
That Old Flame
Wasted Time
Those Shoes
Funk 49
Tequila Sunrise
Party Town
Heart Of the Matter
In The City
Lifes Been Good
All Night Long
Take It To The Limit
I Can't Tell You Why
On The Border
Hole In The World

Seven Bridges Road Take It Easy
Witchy Woman
Life In The Fast Lane
Love Will Keep Us Alive
Already Gone
Heartache Tonight
Desperado
Long Run
Best Of My Love
Peaceful Easy
How Long
New Kid In Town
Midnight Flyer
Heat Is On
All She Wants To Do Is Dance
Rocky Mountain Way
Lyin' Eyes
Get Over It
Hotel California

BIOGRAPHY:

The time… the early 70’s.
The place… a dark desert highway.
The setting… the famous Hotel California which according to the legend is the place “you can never leave.”
Of course, you will never want to leave as the familiar chart-topping music of The Eagles: Henley, Frey, Schmit and Walsh fills the room with the songs loved by generations for more than 40 years.
Inside the Hotel California you will find the Tequila Sunrise Ballroom where a six piece band performs to perfection. The Eagles greatest hits such as, “Take It Easy” to “Get Over it.” The male vocalist will “Take You To The Limit,” with his dynamic version of “Witchy Woman” and “Heartache Tonight.”

With five number one singles and four number one albums, The Eagles were among the most successful recording artists of the 1970’s. At the end of the 20th Century, two of those albums, “Eagles: Their Greatest Hits (1971-1975)” and “Hotel California,” ranked among the ten best-selling albums ever, according to the certifications of the Record Industry Association of America.

Though most of its members came from outside of California, the group was closely identified with a country- and folk –tinged sound that initially found favor in and around Los Angeles in the late 60’s, as played by bands such as, ‘The Flying Burito Brothers’ and ‘Poco’, which both contributed members to ‘The Eagles.’ The band also drew upon traditional rock n’ roll styles and in their later work helped defined the broadly popular rock sound, eventually referred to as Classic Rock.  This helped The Eagles to achieve a perennial appeal among the generations of music fans who continued to buy their records many years after they had split up, which inspired the reunion they mounted in the mid-90’s. The Eagles were inducted into the Hall of Fame in January 1983.

The Eagles released their first album in 28 years in October 2007 and the new touring schedule to promote this album is guaranteed to spark a resurgence in The Eagles music.
Sit Back, close your eyes and feel the years drop away as you experience a musical journey that will transport you to the very best of times!

Venues Performed AT:

Fairs

    •    Antelope Valley Fair – Lancaster, CA
    •    Western Idaho Fair – Boise, ID
    •    Yuma County Fair – Yuma, AZ
    •    Alaska State Fair – Palmer, AK
    •    Gold Country Fair – Auburn, CA
    •    Contra Costa County Fair – Antioch, CA
    •    Monterey County Fair – Monterey, CA
    •    Motherlode Fair – Sonora, CA
    •    Merced County Spring Fair – Los Banos, CA
    •    Kern County Fair – Bakersfield, CA
    •    Sonoma County Fair – Santa Rosa, CA
    •    Big Fresno Fair – Fresno, CA
    •    Chowchilla Madera County Fair – Chowchilla, CA
    •    Santa Cruz County Fair – Santa Cruz, CA
    •    Amador County Fair – Plymouth, CA
    •    Nevada State Fair – Carson City, NV
    •    National Orange Show – San Bernardino, CA
    •    Tulelake – Butte Fair – Tulelake, CA
    •    Silver Dollar Fair – Chico, CA
    •    Colusa County Fair – Colusa, CA
  

   •    Yuba-Sutter Fair – Yuba City, CA
    •    Nevada County Fair – Grass Valley, CA
    •    Redwood Empire Fair – Ukiah, CA
    •    Lodi Grape Festival – Lodi, CA
    •    Napa County Fair – Calistoga, CA
    •    Napa Town & Country Fair – Napa, CA
    •    El Dorado County Fair – Placerville, CA
    •    Plumas Sierra County Fair – Quincy, CA
    •    Shasta District Fair – Anderson, CA
    •    Pinal County Fair – Casa Grande, AZ
    •    The Kings Fair – Hanford, CA
    •    Stanislaus County Fair – Turlock, CA
    •    Lassen County Fair – Susanville, CA
    •    Butte County Fair – Gridley, CA
    •    Southern California Fair – Perris, CA
    •    Desert Empire Fair – Ridgecrest, CA
    •    San Bernardino County Fair – Victorville, CA
    •    San Joaquin County Fair – Stockton, CA
    •    California Mid-Winter Fair – Imperial, CA
    •    Placer County Fair – Roseville, CA

Casinos

    •    Harvey’s Casino- Lake Tahoe, NV
    •    Thunder Valley Casino – Lincoln, CA
    •    Robinson Rancheria Casino – Nice, CA
    •    Hard Rock Casino – Lake Tahoe, NV
    •    Elk Valley Casino – Crescent City, CA
    •    Bear River Casino – Loleta, CA
    •    Win River Casino – Redding, CA
    •    Black Oak Casino – Sonora, CA
    •    HonDah Casino – Pine Top, AZ
    •    Winner’s Inn Casino- Winnamucca, NV
    •    Rolling Hills Casino – Corning, CA

    •    Harrah’s Reno – Reno, NV
    •    Feather Falls Casino – Oroville, CA
    •    Cache Creek Casino – Brooks, CA
    •    The Nugget – Sparks, NV
    •    Harrah’s Tahoe – South Lake Tahoe, NV
    •    Montbleu Casino & Resort – South Lake Tahoe, NV
    •    Grand Sierra Resort – Reno, NV
    •    Eldorado Casino – Reno, NV
    •    Baldini’s Casino – Sparks, NV
    •    Arizona Charlies – Las Vegas, NV
    •    Jackson Rancheria Casino – Jackson, CA

Venues/events

    •    Cache Creek Vineyards – Clearlake Oaks, CA
    •    Four Seasons Adult Community Center – El Dorado Hills, CA
    •    Dingus McGee – Auburn, CA
    •    Roseville Town Square – Roseville, CA
    •    Harlow’s – Sacramento, CA
    •    The Fountains of Roseville – Roseville, CA
    •    Groveland Hotel – Groveland, CA
    •    City of Roseville Event – Roseville, CA
    •    Lafayette Art & Wine Festival – Lafayette, CA
    •    Roseville Opera House – Roseville, CA

    •    Naggiar Winery – Grass Valley, CA
    •    Yuba City Downtown Concert Series – Yuba City, CA
    •    Swabbie’s on The River – Sacramento, CA
    •    Vacaville Creek Walk – Vacaville, CA
    •    El dorado Hills Town Center – El Dorado Hills, CA
    •    Alameda Spring Festival – Alameda, CA
    •    San Joaquin Asaparagus Festival- Stockton, CA
    •    Corner Pocket Sports Bar – Citrus Heights, CA
    •    Montgomery Village – Santa Rosa, CA
    •    Alameda Art & Wine Festival – Alameda, CA

Upcoming Show Dates

TEI

Scott M. Thomas

(916) 294-0800

office@teinorth.com