The Eagles have been toying with the idea of a 40th anniversary tour in 2013. One problem: their Seventies albums featured seven core members in various combinations, and only four of them are still in the band. To truly make this anniversary tour special and not just a lame cash grab, they need to suck it up and invite back ex-Eagles Don Felder, Randy Meisner and Bernie Leadon.
The show could start with the four original Eagles (Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Leadon and Meisner) playing material from the two albums they made as a quartet. Then Felder can join them when they reach 1974's On The Border, and Joe Walsh can sub in for Leadon after an intermission when they reach 1976's Hotel California. Now, this plan isn't without flaws – mainly the other members' chilly relationship with Felder. Like Sammy Hagar, the guy wrote a book that burned some bridges. So what? To quote a wise band, it's time to "Get Over It."