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Rewinding the Clock to Hotel California

Published: 21st January 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 21st January 2015 12:08 AM   |  A+A-

Fans of the Eagles enjoyed listening to their favourite songs on Sunday as the band Hotel California – a tribute band of The Eagles, gave the audience a fun trip down memory lane at Phoenix MarketCity. The evening saw music lovers of all age groups in attendance, with popular  hits such as Seven Bridges Road, New Kid in Town, Best of my Love, Peaceful Easy Feeling and One of These Nights for company. The icing on the cake was the song ‘Hotel California’ of course, along with an encore of ‘Desperado’, which was saved for the very end. All the songs were well received by the audience, as the band enthralled with plenty of gusto and clearly the right selection of songs. The band’s selection of timeless numbers certainly seemed to bring back memories for fans, with loud cheering from the crowd through the show.

Noel Vessaoker, center director, Phoenix MarketCity said, “We aspire to provide a destination in the city which offers entertainment in all aspects.We hope that all those who came took home a pleasant memory of a high-spirited and effervescent performance.”

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