Posted September 23, 2018 04:30:15The Eagles, in many ways, are an emblem of the American dream.
In the 1970s, they became the first band to have a platinum album.
The group went on to play the biggest festivals in the world, including Lollapalooza, and to record their best-selling debut album, The Next Day.
They also have the distinction of becoming the first act to win the Grammys twice.
But the group has been plagued by controversy, particularly over the music they were releasing at the time.
The Eagles’ most successful songs have been upbeat pop-rock riffs and, in some cases, heavy metal.
One of their most iconic songs, “It’s the End of the World,” is about a group of soldiers who leave their base to escape a nuclear attack.
The lyrics have become a song of anti-nuclear sentiment, and in the years following the attack, the Eagles have repeatedly apologized for the lyrics.
But while the Eagles had a successful career, they also had their fair share of controversy.
They were involved in several lawsuits over their music, and a few years after their breakthrough album The Next Great One came out, the band announced they would disband.
And while they have since released a handful of new albums, they have yet to break into the mainstream.
That all changed in 2018, when the band signed a contract with Warner Music Group, the parent company of the NFL, MLB and many other sports leagues.
The contract includes a provision that prohibits the band from releasing new music for more than six years.
And as of March 1, the contract has been extended for another three years, according to Billboard.
In addition to the restrictions, the agreement also forbids the Eagles from using their names or images in any media.
That means no commercials, promotions, or other forms of media that could be interpreted as using the band’s names.
So for the time being, the group will continue to avoid all forms of social media.
“We are extremely pleased to sign this long-term deal with Warner and Warner Music,” Eagles frontman Chester Bennington said in a statement.
“The new contract provides for all of our members the ability to be in their rightful place on the stage, and we are thankful to the band for allowing us to continue to pursue our music.
Our members will be able to continue performing at the highest levels of the music industry as long as they are abiding by this new agreement.
We are proud of what we have accomplished together.”
The Eagles will continue playing concerts in North America, but they will also play a number of European festivals starting in 2019.
The Eagles will also be performing in a series of festivals in Europe starting in 2020, and are in the process of opening a new arena in Manchester, England.