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'How Long', Eagles' Newest Single Hitting the Radio

August 18, 2007 07:34:25 GMT

Eagles has pulled out the lead single from their first studio album in 28 years 'Long Road Out of Eden'.


'How Long', Eagles' Newest Single Hitting the Radio
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Rock band Eagles, that have just waken up from their long sleep, premiered a new single 'How Long' on U.S. radio on Thursday (August 16). The song is made the lead single off 'Long Road Out of Eden', their first studio album in 28 years.

'How Long' is an upbeat, country-vibe song with guest vocals by Frey and Henley. It was originally written by Texan country singer John David Souther aka J.D. Souther and released on his 1972 self-titled album.

Like most their previous live DVD series, the single and the album will be sold only on WalMart, SamsClub.com and the band's official site. The single is available on Monday (August 20) while the album is tentatively released on October 30.

The song is expected to be played during the band's performance with Dixie Chicks in the opening of L.A.'s Nokia Theater on October 18 and 20. The video for the track has been shot in Los Angeles recently, to be premiered on August 20th on Yahoo! and is scheduled for its broadcast debut next week on Country Music Television.

© AceShowbiz.com




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