It was a bittersweet moment for the Eagles in Washington this weekend, as the group received a Kennedy Center Honour.
The band was originally supposed to be honoured last year, but founding member Glenn Frey’s health was failing. He died in January at age 67.
The surviving Eagles were joined by Frey’s widow, Cindy, at the ceremony and artists like Bob Seger, Vince Gill and Kings of Leon performed Eagles’ music.
Zoomer Legends James Taylor and Mavis Staples were also among those getting Kennedy Center Honours.
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