Eagles Expand Sphere Residency to Twelve Shows, Amid Backing Harmony Controversy

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News of the Eagles adding four more shows to its Sphere residency spread like wildfire last week, bringing the grand total to an impressive twelve shows slated for the fall. The dates of the shows now include September 20th, 21st, 27th, and 28th; October 11th, 12th, 18th, and 19th; and November 1st, 2nd, 8th and 9th.

And who better to take the helm of the Eagles’ return than none other than Don Henley, who took the lead in reviving the iconic sound of the Eagles in a dynamic set in Buffalo, New York, come April 21st, 2022. With the ticket pricing being as competitive as ever, starting at a steep $175 inclusive of taxes and fees, fans are urged to mark their calendars for the sale date of Friday, June 21 at 10 a.m PT, accessible via eagles.com.

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For those planning ahead, the Live Nation presale is set to take flight at 1 p.m. ET on Thursday, June 20. According to a press release circulating from Sphere, the Eagles’ residency promises to offer fans an unprecedented link to the band’s famed archives through an immersive experience only Sphere can deliver.

However, talk of the band’s anticipated performance has also stirred some controversy, with suggestions that the band might be supplementing their live performance with pre-recorded backing harmonies. This rumor, sparked by a YouTuber’s video, has yet to be officially addressed by the band.

In related music news, renowned film composer Hans Zimmer has planned a second stop in Las Vegas due to overwhelming demand. This surprise addition to the tour marks his return to live performances after a seven-year hiatus. Zimmer, who’s been a grand sensation far more than anticipated, will perform on October 12 at the massive 20,000-seat T-Mobile Arena following his September 29 performance at the more modest 4,700-seat Resorts World Theatre.

Zimmer, known for his exceptional score compositions for “The Lion King”, “Dune”, and “Gladiator”, expressed his excitement for his upcoming show in Las Vegas, the entertainment capital of the world. He said, “Get ready to be blown away!” The demand for his concerts has also caused additional shows to be stapled to the Oakland and LA stops, and tickets for the finale at T-Mobile will be available for purchase at 10 a.m. PT via hanszimmerlive.com.