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Heartache Tonight –
An Eagles Concert
From the powerful guitar duel in “Hotel California” to the shimmering
harmonies of “Peaceful Easy Feeling,” Heartache Tonight delivers a
true Eagles concert experience.
With meticulous attention to every detail, Heartache Tonight brings
together music from all eras and incarnations of this huge rock
powerhouse that produced hits over four decades.
There are no pre-recorded backing tracks in this show; all vocal
harmonies and guitar parts are faithful to the originals and performed
live. This is a real concert experience featuring all the timeless
classic songs from one of the greatest rock bands of all time. There
are other Eagles Tribute shows. But none as exciting and powerful
or as true to the original spirit of the Eagles as this one.
The six multi-talented members of Heartache Tonight have shared
stages with some of the biggest names in rock including Jimmy
Buffett, Joe Cocker and the Doobie Brothers and have played
festivals and performing arts centers across the country; the Taste of
Chicago, Ravinia Festival and Wrigley Field to name a few.
A Heartache Tonight concert is filled with moments designed to thrill
classic rock fans: the soaring a cappella harmonies of “Seven
Bridges Road,” the snarling guitars of “Life in the Fast Lane,” the
anthemic country rock of “Take it Easy”, and the beautifully evocative
“Heart of the Matter.” Close your eyes and you’ll swear you’re
hearing the real thing.
Six-time Vocal Group of the Year, Diamond Rio won their first
Grammy for their album The Reason on Word Records, which also
garnered the band their first Dove award.
Formed in 1984, Diamond Rio features lead singer Marty Roe,
guitarist Jimmy Olander, drummer Brian Prout, keyboardist Dan
Truman, bassist/harmony Dana Williams and Gene Johnson on
mandolin/harmony. The band signed with Arista in the early 90's
and embarked on one of the most successful careers in country
The band has sold over 10 million albums earning three platinum
and five gold records and won the Country Music Association’s
Vocal Group of the Year award four times as well as netting two
Academy of Country Music Awards in the top Vocal Group of the
Year category and thirteen GRAMMY ® nominations. When they
debuted in 1991 with the hit “Meet in the Middle,” Diamond Rio
became the first group in the history of country music to have a
debut single reach No. 1. They continued to place 32 more singles
on the Billboard chart, including “How Your Love Makes Me Feel,”
“Norma Jean Riley,” “Beautiful Mess," “Love a Little Stronger," and
"One More Day."
The band are long-time supporters and National Spokespersons
for Big Brothers Big Sisters and have raised over 1.5 million dollars
for the charity to date through annual events including golf
tournaments and Team Rio, a marathon and half marathon group.
Both concerts are free admission courtesy of
Mid-West Block and Brick, GFI Digital and Riley Chevrolet.
Lawn seating on the South side of the Missouri State Capitol, first
come. Bring your lawn chair. Concessions available.