Tickets for this once-in-a-lifetime concert experience will go on sale to the general public through Ticketmaster and The Paramount Box Office at 10 a.m. this Friday, March 8.
“After 200 concerts since our opening in 2011, bringing Don Henley to Huntington is quite possibly the biggest show we have ever booked”, said Doyle. “On the heels of Matchbox 20 this weekend, Joe Walsh next month and a variety of the best classic rock stars on the planet coming to town, (Emmylou Harris, The Marshall Tucker Band & George Thorogood), this may be our best month ever!”
Best known as a founder of the legendary rock band, the Eagles, as well as an influential solo artist, Don Henley has maintained an extraordinary commitment to music and to various philanthropic efforts throughout his career, including a dedication to environmental issues and artists' rights.
Raised in a small East Texas town, Henley was drawn to the sounds of exotic music broadcast from distant radio stations in New Orleans, Nashville and Ciudad Acuna, Mexico. These stations introduced him to the blues, bluegrass, gospel, jazz and rock and roll, paving the way for his future as an artist.
As a solo artist and as a member of the Eagles, Don Henley has received countless accolades, numerous gold and platinum records and performed sold-out concert tours worldwide. Henley is a founding member, vocalist and songwriter of the Eagles.
The group was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1998. The Eagles formed in 1971 and epitomized a musical style that included elements of country, folk, R&B, rock and pop and became one of the most influential American bands in recent decades.
The Eagles have sold more than 120 million albums worldwide, earning five #1 U.S. singles and six Grammy Awards.
Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975 is the best-selling album of all time, exceeding sales of 29 million units.
The band's Hotel California and their Greatest Hits Volume 2 have sold more than 16 and 11 million albums respectively. In 2012, the Eagles continued reaching new milestones in their 40-year career.
In addition to touring throughout South Africa and the Middle East for the first time ever, the band also made its debut at the New Orleans Jazz Festival in May with a headlining performance.