Glenn Frey, co-founder and frontman of legendary rock group The Eagles, has passed after battling numerous health issues at the age of 67,
Frey had been suffering from rheumatoid arthritis, acute ulcerative colitis, and pneumonia for months. This past November he underwent surgery for intestinal issues.
As one of the founding members of The Eagles, Frey co-wrote many of their biggest hits, including ‘Hotel California,’ ‘Tequila Sunrise,’ ‘Heartache Tonight,’ ‘Take It Easy,’ and many, many more. He was a beloved member of the musical industry and was an inspiration to many up and coming music artists.
Frey also had a very successful solo career after The Eagles split, recording hits such as ‘You Belong In The City.’ Then, in 1994, the band reunited and became a popular touring act.