On the heels of announcing a North American run, the Eagles have added a handful of performances to their spring itinerary.
Since last check, five performances have been scattered throughout the tour, which kicks off with the band's Hollywood Bowl debut over the course of three nights (4/16-4/17, 4/20). Among the new dates: an April 24 concert in Las Vegas, a May 13 date in Seattle and a May 17 show in Portland, OR.
Tickets for the most of the new dates go on sale March 1 via Ticketmaster.
The upcoming shows are part of the Eagles' continued support for 2007's "Long Road Out Of Eden," which was the band's first new studio album since 1979's "The Long Run."
The set debuted at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 chart after posting first-week sales of 711,000 copies, and went on to become 2007's top-selling album by a group, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
"Long Road Out Of Eden" also earned the group Grammy Awards for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals for "How Long" in 2008, and Best Pop Instrumental Performance for "I Dreamed There Was No War" in 2009.
Thanks for the report to Livedaily.com.