Eagles’ Glenn Frey to Be Saluted by Bandmates at Grammy Awards

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The Eagles perform during “History Of The Eagles Live In Concert” at the Bridgestone Arena on October 16, 2013 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Credit: Rick Diamond/Getty Images)

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Eagles founding singer, songwriter and guitarist Glenn Frey will be saluted during Monday’s 58th Grammy Awards ceremony by his bandmates as well as close friend and songwriting collaborator Jackson Browne.

Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmit and Bernie Leadon will join Browne to sing the Eagles’ first national hit, “Take It Easy,” the anthem of Southern California country rock that put the band on the map in 1972. The song was written by Browne and Frey, who died Jan. 18 at age 67 of rheumatoid arthritis, acute ulcerative colitis and pneumonia.

“We wanted something simple and elegant, and in discussing it with the family, we wanted an uptempo moment,” the Eagles’ longtime manager, Irving Azoff, told The Times on Monday, noting the spate of deaths of high-profile musicians in recent weeks.

“We knew they were going to do something to honor Glenn, as they well should,” Azoff said, “and our band decided they’d like to participate in it rather than watch someone else do it.”

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