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Old Kids in Town

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Rockstars never grow old. They just throw another reunion tour. Fleetwood Mac, Cher and Madonna are all recent examples of America's insatiable appetite for nostalgia.

Perhaps it's a way to turn back time (pardon the pun), or maybe it's just an attempt to check in with your inner rebel. Either way, music is one of the few things in life that lends itself to reminiscing.

A case in point: the LA-based Eagles are still rocking after decades of top 40s, breakups, reunions and farewells. Now they're back for (another) series of California dates to support their greatest hits and selected works offerings.

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So take a trip down memory lane and catch them while they're in town. After all these years, the thrill is far from gone. Just like the lyrics of their signature song, Hotel California, "You can check out any time you'd like but you can never leave." The Eagles have a way of pulling you back in for an encore.