From the powerful guitar duel in “Hotel California” to the shimmering harmonies of “Peaceful Easy Living,” Heartache Tonight will deliver a true Eagles concert experience at 8 p.m. Nov. 25 at the Raue Center for the Arts.
A Heartache Tonight concert is filled with moments designed to thrill classic rock fans, from the a cappella harmonies of “Seven Bridges Road” and the snarling guitars of “Life in the Fast Lane” to the country rock of “Take it Easy” and the evocative “Heart of the Matter.”
“It’s always a great party with Heartache Tonight, and the timing is perfect – the music of the Eagles after a Thanksgiving with family and friends,” Raue Center Executive Director Richard Kuranda said.
There are other Eagles tribute shows, but none as exciting, powerful or as true to the original spirit of the Eagles as Heartache Tonight, organizers say. With attention to every detail, Heartache Tonight brings together music from all eras and incarnations of this rock powerhouse.
Heartache Tonight delivers a real concert experience featuring timeless classics.
Their show does not use pre-recorded backing tracks, and all vocal harmonies and guitar parts are faithful to the original and performed live.
The six members of Heartache Tonight have shared the stage with some of the biggest names in rock, including Jimmy Buffett, Eddie Money and the Doobie Brothers. They have played the Taste of Chicago, Ravinia Festival and Wrigley Field, along with festivals and performing arts centers across the country.
Tickets start at $25 at www.rauecenter.org or via the Box Office at 815-356-9212 or at 26 N. Williams St. in downtown Crystal Lake.