Hotel California," which was first released in 1976, consistently ranks as one of the greatest rock albums of all time. Three singles, all of which reached the Billboard Hot 100, were released from the Eagles' album: "New Kid in Town," "Hotel California," and "Life in the Fast Lane."
"Hotel California," which was released as the album's second single, earned the Eagles a 1978 Grammy Award for "Record of the Year." The members of the Eagles who initially wrote "Hotel California" were Don Felder, Don Henley, and Glen Frey. According to Stereogum, all of the original songwriters were inspired to write the hit song based on their experiences living in California. The song was quite possibly "an ode to this beautiful and mysterious place that turns out to be full of rot and decay and hopelessness," as Stereogum wrote. It's also a song full of great imagery that reminds us of the beauty and rawness of California's coastlines and city life.
Nearly 40 years after its album release, the Eagles are still jamming out with thousands of fans with their eclectic and mesmerizing performances. The Eagles have been set to perform "Hotel California" in its entirety during their much-anticipated 2020 tour with concerts in Atlanta, New York, Dallas, Houston, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.
Preserve Eagles' music history with a uniquely crafted shadow box display which features two vinyls and a white double-neck Gibson EDS-1275 guitar and signed Hotel California test pressing LPs from 1976, respectively signed by Don Felder, Don Henley, Randy Meisner, Glenn Frey, and Joe Walsh. This display has been authenticated by Roger Epperson and James Spence Authentication.
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