Talon claw through the years for their 15th anniversary of Eagles hits.
20th April 2012
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In the fifteen years since Talon’s formation, the band has created their definitive tribute to The Eagles and celebrates with their 15th anniversary tour which visits Worthing Pavilion Theatre on May 9.

The show features tracks from the multi-award winning original band’s timeless catalogue of hits including Hotel California, Lyin’ Eyes, Take It Easy, Desperado, Take It To The Limit, The Last Resort and many more plus Don Henley’s solo hits Boys of Summer and Dirty Laundry  as well as One Day At A Time and Funk #49 by Joe Walsh.

The seven musicians in the show have built a reputation for creating vocal harmonies and musical production which mimics that of their heroes, The Eagles. In 2010, their attention to detail was praised by songwriter Jack Tempchin who wrote The Eagles’ Peaceful Easy Feeling and co-wrote Already Gone. Jack flew from his home in California to appear as Talon’s special guest star at three concerts.
Lead vocalist Chris Lloyd says: “Fifteen years ago, as a newly-formed Eagles tribute band that played their first ever gig in a music pub in Birmingham, we had a dream of headlining a hundred theatres every year and of sharing a stage with an Eagles legend. We had a dream back then and have made it come true together.”

Pavilion Theatre, Marine Parade, Worthing. BN11 3PX
Wednesday May 9
Tickets: £18.50

Box offices:    at the Connaught and Pavilion Theatres
01903 206 206


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