Watch The Eagles and Jackson Browne pay tribute to Glenn Frey at the Grammys

Band performed 1972 Eagles hit 'Take It Easy'

Members of The Eagles paid their respects to the late Glenn Frey with a live tribute performance at last night’s Grammy Awards.

Eagles guitarist Frey passed away last month (January 18) at the age of 67. Following his death, Don Healey described Frey as being like a “brother” to him.

The 2016 Grammy Awards took place on Monday night (February 15) at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Along with a David Bowie tribute from Lady Gaga, Eagles members Don Henley, Bernie Leadon, Joe Walsh and Tim Schmit united along with singer-songwriter Jackson Browne to perform ‘Take It Easy’.


The Eagles’ 1972 hit ‘Take It Easy’ was co-written by both Frey and Browne. Watch the tribute performance beneath.

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