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Classic Albums Live

Eagles: Their Greatest Hits

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It’s the greatest album of all time – no, really! With over 38 million copies sold since its release in 1976, the Eagles album Their Greatest Hits remains the highest selling album of all time. Featuring hits from end to end, from “Take it Easyto “Witchy Woman to “Peaceful, Easy Feelingto “Desperado,” the album was the first to ever receive the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA)’s Platinum certification. Remarkably, the first volume of hits only covers five years of the Eagles’ early career. And they weren’t slowing down yet!  

As always with Classic Albums Live, Act 1 will be a perfect recreation of the album from start to finish – note for note, cut for cut – before Act 2 breaks into a full-on party with more hits from the Eagles catalogue, banter, dancing in the aisles, and more! Experience this piece of music history like never before with hundreds of fellow Eagles fans in the Jack singer Concert Hall at Arts Commons – maybe with a “Tequila Sunrise” in hand!  

Pre-Show: Ty Baynton

PLEASE NOTE: The escalators are out of order in the Jack Singer Concert Hall at Arts Commons. For ticket holders with seats above the Mezzanine level, the +15 Gallery Hallway door will be open for entry.  If you have mobility issues, please contact our box office at 403-294-9494 or email to review your accessibility options. 

Classic Albums Live makes use of theatrical haze - a water-based atmospheric effect to help with lighting. This is non-toxic, no scent, and typically doesn't affect patrons or performers.

Limited tickets remain!

"Their Greatest Hits is the pop work that defines their legacy, filling up playlists on multiple radio formats for decades." – Rolling Stone

"Every household had a copy of this record. If they didn’t hear it themselves, their parents were listening to it, so it became part of a fabric of their life." - Ken Levitan, Vector Management 

"It was just one of those unbelievably feel-good albums." - Hilary Rosen, former chairman of the Recording Industry Association of America