Glenn Frey Grammy tribute by Eagles’ Jackson Browne was way better than David Bowie tribute by Lady Gaga
It is complete one month when music legend Glenn Frey left this mortal world. Nonetheless the world cannot forget him. His fans across the globe are still mourning his death.
In the Grammy Award 2016 show, his fans paid heartfelt tribute for the singer, director, songwriter and actor who died on January 16 earlier this year.
There is no denying the fact that the tribute paid to him during the Grammy Award 2016 show was very touching. Don Henley, Jackson Browne and Joe Walsh led a touching tribute to Eagles co-founder Glenn Frey at the 2016 Grammys with a performance of “Take It Easy”. Henley, Brown and Welsh were joined in by Bernie Leadon and Timothy B. Schmit.
The performance is simply memorable and Glenn Frey fans were mesmerized by the impressive and poignant rendition of “Take It Easy,” filled with brisk, buoyant guitars and stellar, soaring harmonies. While “Take It Easy” began as a Browne original, it became the Eagles’ debut single â€” and seminal folk-rock hit â€” in 1972 after Frey fleshed out the second verse with the singular line, “It’s a girl my lord in a flatbed Ford, slowing down to take a look at me.”
For his fans he is a legend that can never fade away from their memories. Though he is known more for his singing and guitar, he was also a respected songwriter, actor and producers. Originally hailing from Detroit, Glenn Frey moved to California as a young aspiring rock musician, and fell in with a group of songwriters, including Jackson Browne and Don Henley, the latter of whom became his main partner in the Eagles. The band was hailed among the best in the seventies and eighties. In the course of his association with the band he also wrote and co-wrote some of the Eagles biggest hits, including â€œTake it Easy,â€ â€œThe Best of My Love,â€ â€œDesperado,â€ and â€œHotel California.â€