Life's been good for them so far
An all-new album of music is in the works from The Eagles -- and it didn't even take hell freezing over this time around. Don Henley told concert-goers in Las Vegas over the weekend that the album is "coming out in 60 to 90 days, if we don't kill each other first."
The band's last full studio album was "The Long Run" back in 1979. The Eagles disbanded in 1982 before reuniting for a tour in 1994.
I know what you're thinking: The Eagles aren't an 80s band. Oh geesh. You still listened to them, didn't you? And three of their singles charted in the 80s -- The Long Run, I Can't Tell You Why and Seven Bridges Road. OK, will a top 5 list make you happy?
Top 5 Don Henley songs from his 80s career (so there!):
5. Sometimes Love Ain't Enough (with Patty Smyth): "It's sad when you know it's your heart you can't trust."
4. Sunset Grill: "What would we do without these jerks anyway?"
3. End of the Innocence: "They're beating plowshares into swords for this tired old man that we elected king."
2. Leather and Lace (with Stevie Nicks): "Lovers forever ... face to face."
1. The Boys of Summer: "You got that hair slicked back and those Wayfarers on, baby."