No more Eagles after bandmate's death, Don Henley says
Don Henley, co-founder of the Eagles, says the band is likely done now with the passing of Glenn Frey. In an interview with the BBC, Henley said the Eagles' tribute to Frey at the Grammy Awards in February was likely their final performance.
"I think it was an appropriate farewell," he told the network. "I don't think you'll see us performing again."
Frey died Jan. 18 at the age of 67 after battling intestinal issues.
With the Eagles presumably behind him, Henley said he'd continue to work on his solo material. His most recent album, Cass County, was released in 2015.