Don Henley and Glenn Frey of the Eagles, who sat down for an interview with the New York Times ahead of their upcoming History of the Eagles documentary, hinted that the band may soon be releasing new material.
When asked directly, Henley didn't take the question head on: "It's not like we don't see each other," he dodged.
Frey fleshed out a more elaborate response:
"The Eagles are a working band," he said. "Some years we play a lot of shows, some years we play a dozen shows. We do one year at a time, we think that's a good way to do it. The band's going to start thinking about coming back together, and talk about whether everybody wants to uproot themselves from their lives and try to make a record, with all that involves."
History of the Eagles: the Story of an American Band aired on Showtime over the weekend.
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