Eagles' "Farewell" Soars On

New hits package due in October

September 3, 2003 12:00 AM ET

Veteran rockers the Eagles continue their "Farewell I" tour this fall, with new dates confirmed to run through October. The autumn leg of the tour kicks off in Toronto October 9th and is scheduled through a stop in Indianapolis on the 25th.

The dates support the band's latest greatest hits collection, The Very Best of the Eagles, due October 21st. The thirty-three-track, two-disc album will include one new song, "Hole in the World," and one rarity, the band's cover of "Please Come Home for Christmas."

The band also continues work on a still-untitled new album, their first in twenty-four years.

Eagles tour dates:

10/9: Toronto, Air Canada Center
10/11: Pittsburgh, Mellon Arena
10/12: Washington, DC, MCI Center
10/14: Detroit, Palace Of Auburn Hills
10/15: Cleveland, Gund Arena
10/17: Saint Paul, MN, Xcel Energy Center
10/21: Rosemont, IL, Allstate Arena
10/23: Columbus, OH, Schottenstein Center
10/25: Indianapolis, Conseco Fieldhouse

The Very Best of the Eagles track listing:

Disc One:

Take It Easy
Witchy Woman
Peaceful Easy Feeling
Tequila Sunrise
Already Gone
The Best of My Love
James Dean
Ol' '55
Midnight Flyer
On the Border
Lyin' Eyes
One of These Nights
Take It to the Limit
After the Thrill Is Gone
Hotel California

Disc Two:

Life in the Fast Lane
Wasted Time
Victim of Love
The Last Resort
New Kid in Town
Please Come Home for Christmas
Heartache Tonight
The Sad Cafe
I Can't Tell You Why
The Long Run
In the City
Those Shoes
Seven Bridges Road (Live)
Love Will Keep Us Alive
Get Over It
Hole in the World

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