Glenn Frey (US musician/singer/songwriter, member of the Eagles)

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Legal name: Glenn Lewis Frey

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Glenn Lewis Frey (/fr/; November 6, 1948 – January 18, 2016) was an American singer, songwriter and actor, best known as a founding member of the rock band Eagles. Frey was lead singer and frontman for the Eagles, roles he came to share with fellow member Don Henley, with whom he wrote most of the Eagles' material. Frey played guitar, piano, and keyboards. He sang lead vocals on songs such as "Take It Easy", "Peaceful Easy Feeling", "Tequila Sunrise", "Already Gone", "Lyin' Eyes", "New Kid in Town", and "Heartache Tonight".

After the breakup of the Eagles in 1980, Frey embarked on a successful solo career. He released his debut album, No Fun Aloud, in 1982 and went on to record Top 40 hits "The One You Love", "Smuggler's Blues", "Sexy Girl", "The Heat Is On", "You Belong to the City", "True Love", "Soul Searchin'" and "Livin' Right". As a member of the Eagles, Frey won six Grammy Awards, and five American Music Awards. The Eagles were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998, the first year they were nominated. Consolidating his solo recordings and those with the Eagles, Frey had 24 Top 40 singles on the Billboard Hot 100.

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Discography

Album

Year Title RatingReleases
1982 No Fun Aloud 3
1984 The Allnighter 7
1988 Soul Searchin' 3
1992 Strange Weather 3
2012 After Hours 2

Album + Compilation

Year Title RatingReleases
1995 Solo Collection 4
2000 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: The Best of Glenn Frey 1
2001 The Universal Masters Collection: Classic Glenn Frey 1

Album + Live

Year Title RatingReleases
1993 Glenn Frey Live 1

Single

Year Title RatingReleases
1984 The Heat Is On 2

EP + Compilation

Year Title RatingReleases
1992 I've Got Mine 1

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