Thursday, 28 March 2013
Today's phone guest: The Illegal Eagles' Phil Aldridge
Today's guest was Phil Aldridge from Eagles tribute band 'The Illegal Eagles'
They are appearing next month in the Alban Arena for the first time in over 3 years - this is the band's 17th season, and they will rack up 60 shows this year taking in destinations as diverse as Slovenia and Bahrain. The current tour, a play on the Eagles' Live album 'Hell Freezes Over' is called 'Heaven Heats Up'.
All the band members have day jobs in the industry as well as the tribute band - Phil owns a Recording Studio, guitarist Keith works often with singer Bonnie Tyler and has written music for films such as Ricky Gervais' 'Cemetery Junction'.
For this tour the band has a partially different line-up from the one that last played in St Albans, with a new singer. There are 30 dates until June when festival season arrives.
There is a pair of tickets for the gig on the 19th April at the Alban Arena - simply answer the following question:
Who is the drummer of the Eagles, is it Don Johnson or Don Henley?
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