Don Henley dropped a bombshell during a private concert in Las Vegas on Saturday: The Eagles are working on their first album of all new music in 28 years. "It’s coming out in 60 to 90 days, if we don’t kill each other first," Henley told a VIP crowd at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. It would be the group’s first such album since "The Long Run" in 1979, which included their last Billboard No. 1 hit, "Heartache Tonight." Henley, one of the original members, later told the crowd of 10,000 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, "I’ll see you this summer," hinting at an Eagles tour. The Eagles disbanded in 1982 but reunited in 1994 with Henley, Glenn Frey, Don Felder, Joe Walsh and Timothy Schmit. The band’s last release was "Hell Freezes Over" in 1994, which included some new songs and past hits recorded for an MTV audience.
I wonder what took them so long since they have been touring together for years