With Steely Dan frontman Donald Fagen not too long ago hospitalized, the band has dropped off of the Eagles’ current tour dates. Now, a number of Eagles crew members have examined optimistic for COVID.
Steely Dan frontman Donald Fagen was hospitalized, main the band to cancel their look because the opening act for the Eagles at two live shows at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis this week — following a pair of reveals in Denver final week.
On Monday (October 9), on the first of the 2 Indianapolis reveals, Don Henley broke the information to the group and thanked Steve Miller for filling in on the final minute. The Steve Miller Band will proceed to offer assist for the Eagles at upcoming reveals in Detroit and Cleveland. Final week in Denver, Sheryl Crow stepped in for Steely Dan for 2 reveals on October 5 and 6, when Fagen was compelled to cancel — now revealed to consequence from sickness.
Whereas the character of his sickness stays unknown to the general public, 5 members of the Eagles’ touring crew not too long ago examined optimistic for COVID — which can be what’s been ailing Donald Fagen. Fortuitously, Fagen (pictured with the Doobie Brothers) is out of the hospital as of Tuesday (October 10). The band plans to rejoin the Eagles’ farewell tour subsequent month, beginning with a present in Atlanta on November 2.
“The present should go on,” Don Henley informed the sold-out crowd in Indianapolis. Henley is a fan of Gainbridge Fieldhouse; the band has performed numerous enviornment reveals in related venues, however Henley calls the Fieldhouse “one of many best-sounding rooms.”
“I don’t know why. This place truly has good acoustics.”
After Steely Dan hopefully rejoins them in November, the Eagles’ farewell tour will proceed throughout North Carolina, Kentucky, and Minnesota, with a pair gigs in Los Angeles scheduled for January subsequent 12 months.