Eagles band members Don Henley, Joe Walsh, and Timothy B. Schmit, along with the band's co-founder Bernie Leadon and singer-songwriter Jackson Browne will take the stage together in honor of Glenn Frey.
Frey sadly passed away on January 18th due to complications from Rheumatoid Arthritis, Acute Ulcerative Colitis and Pneumonia.
The music world has been reeling ever since. Keith Urban has paid his respects with a moving cover of "Take It Easy", which Frey co-wrote with Browne. Vince Gill sang "Peaceful Easy Feeling" for Frey at a performance at The Grand Ole Opry.
Browne also sang "Take It Easy" during a concert last month and reminisced about their time together.
"I wrote this song with Glenn Frey," he said. "It's a song that I started, but I didn't finish it. Even if I had finished it by myself, it wouldn't be the song that it is and it wouldn't be the song that we all love."
It is likely that "Take It Easy" will be performed at The Grammys in honor of Frey, since he co-wrote it, and it is very fitting.
Frey co-founded the Eagles with Leadon, Henley, and Randy Meisner in 1971.
Fun fact: The Eagles all met when they were performing as Linda Ronsdtadt's backing band on her 1970 tour promoting her Silk Purse album.
They went on to become one of the most successful music acts of the 70s.
The Grammys will be aired on February 15th at 8pm Eastern, 5pm Pacific time on CBS.
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