Catch a Re-Airing of Eagles ‘Live from the Forum MMXVIII’ Tonight 7/7 on ESPN (8 p.m. EDT) and 7/13 (9 p.m. EDT)


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This past 4th of July holiday weekend saw the premiere of Eagles Live from the Forum MMXVIII, a concert film from the legendary band at the Forum in Los Angeles highlighting some of the group’s September 2018 concerts.

If you missed the premiere due to holiday obligations, fear not: The film is airing again tonight, July 7, at 8 p.m. EDT/5 p.m. PDT on ESPN2 and next Monday, July 13, at 9 p.m. EDT/6 p.m. PDT on ESPN. Joe Walsh was kind enough to remind us all of the re-airings on social media:

Live from The Forum MMXVIII captures Eagles’ triumphant three-night stand at the Forum on Sept. 12, 14 and 15, 2018. Highlights from all three nights have been compiled into this concert film, which features 26 songs and includes the first Eagles recordings with Vince Gill and Deacon Frey.

More, per the band’s website:

The Eagles spent the majority of 2018 on an extensive North American tour with Vince Gill and Deacon Frey joining Don Henley, Joe Walsh, and Timothy B. Schmit. Earning rave reviews from fans and critics alike, the quintet arrived at the Forum in Los Angeles for three sold-out concerts on September 12, 14, and 15. Highlights from all three shows have now been compiled for the new 26-song live album and concert film that will premiere on ESPN this Sunday, July 5th, at 8 PM EDT / 5 PM PDT, introduced by longtime Eagles fan ESPN’s Chris Berman.

Eagles: Live from the Forum MMMXVIII will also be available on Oct. 16 on a variety of formats:

LIVE FROM THE FORUM MMXVIII, a Scheme Engine production directed by Nick Wickham, was filmed on 14 4K cameras. It will be available on October 16 through Rhino in a variety of audio and video formats, including Blu-ray, CD, Vinyl, and Streaming. A super deluxe edition will also be available. All formats can be pre-ordered now at www.eagles.com/store. The set captures definitive live performances of the band’s most iconic hits (“Hotel California,” “Take It Easy,” “Life In The Fast Lane,” “Desperado”) and beloved album tracks (“Ol’ 55, “Those Shoes”), along with some of the individual members’ biggest solo smashes (Henley’s “Boys Of Summer,” Walsh’s “Rocky Mountain Way,” and Gill’s “Don’t Let Our Love Start Slippin’ Away”).

Here’s the track listing for the Blu-ray/DVD/CD set of the live album/concert film:

1. SEVEN BRIDGES ROAD
2. Joe Walsh: “How ya doin?”
3. TAKE IT EASY
4. ONE OF THESE NIGHTS
5. Don Henley: “Good evening, ladies and gentlemen”
6. TAKE IT TO THE LIMIT
7. TEQUILA SUNRISE
8. IN THE CITY
9. Timothy B. Schmit: “Hey, everybody, that’s Joe Walsh”
10. I CAN’T TELL YOU WHY
11. NEW KID IN TOWN
12. Don Henley: “Just want to thank all of you…”
13. HOW LONG
14. Deacon Frey: “Hello, everybody…”
15. PEACEFUL EASY FEELING
16. OL’ 55
17. LYIN’ EYES
18. LOVE WILL KEEP US ALIVE
19. Vince Gill: “How about a nice hand for California, man…”
20. DON’T LET OUR LOVE START SLIPPIN’ AWAY
21. THOSE SHOES
22. ALREADY GONE
23. WALK AWAY
24. Joe Walsh: “Is everybody OK?”
25. LIFE’S BEEN GOOD
26. THE BOYS OF SUMMER
27. HEARTACHE TONIGHT
28. FUNK #49
29. LIFE IN THE FAST LANE
30. HOTEL CALIFORNIA
31. ROCKY MOUNTAIN WAY
32. DESPERADO
33. THE LONG RUN

Comments

  • Daniel Cooper says:

    Vince Gill? Are you serious? He was horrible. Stu Stinko trying to be Don Felder was pathetic. Don Felder does a solid Eagles show.
    I’m fine with Henley, Schmidt, and Walsh with recorded other ones who concentrate on their finger work and made it happen.


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