Some kind words from event organisers and guests
Hi guys - Just a line or two to say a huge thank you to you all for playing such an awesome performance at our Summer Open Nationals event last Saturday. You had them in the palms of your hands from the off, and rightly so. I hope you enjoyed being there as much as we enjoyed having such a great bunch of guys doing the honours for us on stage. Excellent stuff.
On a personal note, I really enjoyed your show. I am a huge Eagles fan and you guys really do sound fantastic! We have had nothing but great feedback for you guys so I hope that's something you can be proud of.
On behalf of everyone here at The Lamproom Theatre, may I thank you and your group for a great evening here on Sunday – the feedback we have had from all who attended has been very positive and we will most certainly look at programming Motel California again in early 2018 – I’ll be back in touch when I begin programming to discuss dates.
Just to let you know.... we had a FABULOUS time at the show last evening. Your musical prowess and vocals are so good, and an astonishing repertoire. A suggestion please, would be more tracks from 'Long Road out of Eden'...for next time! We loved the audience lay out, tables and chairs.... much better. The bar prices were really good 👍 ... Full marks for everything. Many thanks guys for a wonderful evening... here's to the next time!
Thank you once again for a magnificent evening on Saturday - we could not have asked for a better end to such a special day in Masham and a sensational time was had by a sold-out audience. The music and musicianship was superb - you have the sound of the Eagles down pat, including all those delicious harmonies. The technical support and great light show were impeccable and I've never seen as many guitars on stage!
...and to conclude the show there was Heartache Tonight, Life In The Fast Lane and finally the classic Hotel California. The long applause from the audience brought the band back on stage for three more numbers – Desperado, Rocky Mountain Way and then to conclude The Sad Café from The Long Run album from 1979. For those of us brought up on The Eagles’ music during the 1970s this was a trip down memory lane. Full review
BiographyPeter's ambition was always to lead a band dedicated to the timeless music of the Eagles, long before tribute bands became popular. He started to realise that ambition in 2009 when the first tentative steps were made in putting the band together. One of the first calls was to long-time friend Steve, an astonishingly accomplished drummer and sax player. A few ads appeared in the 'musicians wanted' columns of the local web pages and Simon saw one and joined the band. Over the years the guys were determined to recruit only the very best musician / singers and, after a few line-up changes, settled with the now well-established crew of Matt, Chris and Dave. Crucial to the band's live shows are high quality theatre-style lighting and crystal clear sound, mixed like an Eagles concert. Enter John and Pete whose contributions guarantee the best possible experience for the band's many fans and followers.
Bass and vocals
Keyboards and vocals
Vocals, guitar and drums
Guitar and vocals
Guitar and vocals
Drums, sax and vocals