Durban-based band Track brings the music of The Eagles to life at the Mardi Gras Theatre, Carnival City, tomorrow at 7.30pm.

Popular American 70s rock band The Eagles will be brought by to life by a musical tribute to be presented by True Eye Productions at Carnival City tomorrow.

Fans can hear their Eagles favourites in a show that features hits such as Take It To the Limit, Lyin' Eyes, Take It Easy, Tequila Sunrise and the all-time favourite, Hotel California and much more. 

The show also has a segment that pays tribute to the late Glenn Frey, a member of the Eagles, with the performance of a tribute song dedicated to him. Frey, founding member and front man of the band, died in 2016, aged 67.

The music of one of the world’s best-selling bands in history will be performed by Track, a Durban-based band that features lead singer Christopher K, Mason George (lead guitar, vocals), Logan Kistnasami (rhythm guitar, vocals), Andrew Miller (keyboards, guitar), Joe Kistnasami (bass) and Errol Abrahams (drums). 

Track has been performing for many years, at events such as Battle of the Bands in 2014/2015, the Bala & Peru Farewell tour and Blast from the Past. - Tonight Reporter

* Tickets at Computicket, or any Shoprite/Checkers for R150.