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Hotel California – The Original Eagles Tribute opens Stars for Sask Series

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People in the Southwest can check into the legendary “Hotel California” on Sept. 22 as the Swift Current Arts Council welcomes Hotel California – The Original Eagles Tribute Band to the Sky Centre stage. 

The show opens the 2016-2017 Stars for Saskatchewan series.
“We know a lot of people in the area love the music of the Eagles,” explains Arts Council President Melanie Friesen. “There is nostalgia involved for people who grew up with their music which crossed genres,and thanks to ‘oldies’ radio younger folks know their music as well.” 
When the Eagles stopped to catch their breath a few decades ago, having sold over 100 million records, collected six Grammys, and enjoyed six #1 albums, the group Hotel California began a pioneering journey through this history-making  music. That journey has taken the tribute band around the globe and has thrilled hundreds of thousands of Eagles fans. It’s been a journey they could never have imagined back in 1986, but their dedication, unique musical gifts, and an obsessive commitment to doing this legendary music true justice in performance, set them apart from the many Eagles bands that came after them.
“The audience can expect  incredible lead vocal similarity, intensely accurate instrumental work, soaring harmonies, and a top-flight live performance, “ notes Friesen.  The band has over a century of collective professional experience but the experience of a Hotel California show isn’t just about the band. It’s about celebrating the music and the memories, and the band gets the audiences involved and on their feet! Close your eyes and you’re right back there…
Tickets for the show are $45 each and are available through Ticketpro at or 1-888-655-9090. A limited number of season subscriptions for the nine-show Stars for Saskatchewan series are still available as well, offering up to a 40% discount. For more information visit

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