by KAMERON ROBERTSON
Glenn Frey was an American singer, songwriter, producer, and actor, best known as a member of the rock band The Eagles during the 70’s. Frey played guitar, piano, and the keyboards. Glenn Frey was married to Cindy Millican from 1990-2016. Frey died January 18, 2016 from pneumonia and passed away in New York City. The Eagles band most popular hit for our generation is “Hotel California” made in 1976 and has been remade by many bands and singers. Frey won six grammys while being a member of The Eagles, but in 1980 the band broke up and Frey started a successful solo career and released a debut album “No Fun Aloud” and then in 1982 he went on to record Top 40 Hits.