The Richfield Coliseum in Ohio was where the Eagles landed for a full-house show on July 22, 1975. Dan Fogelberg was their special guest, and it was after 10:00 p.m. when the Eagles came on stage. This stop in Richfield, Ohio was part of the “One of These Nights” tour.
They would be at the Coliseum again in 1977 for a two-night show on March 31 and April 1, 1977.
“The full house at the Coliseum was treated to a fine show by two of the nation’s top country acts.”
NOW Magazine ( Newbury, OH) – July 25, 1975
Eagles on stage at Richfield Coliseum – July 22, 1975
Dan Fogelberg opened for the Eagles at Richfield Coliseum
Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH) – July 6, 1975
The Scene (Cleveland, OH) – July 1975
Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH) – June 27, 1975
The Daily Reporter (Dover, OH) – July 9, 1975
The Scene (Cleveland, OH) – July 17, 1975
“To record their debut album, ‘Eagles,’ the band went to London’s Olympic Sound Studios where they worked under the production of Glyn Johns.”
“Many months of roadwork followed before the band made the trek to London once again for the recording of ‘Desperado.’ ‘On the Border,’ the group’s third effort, was recorded both in England with Johns and in Hollywood’s Record Plant with Bill Szymcyzk.”
Findlay Republican Courier (Findlay, OH) – July 19, 1975