In Memory of GLENN FREY RIP......
This cover video could be used as a guitar lesson to study.......
how to play on acoustic guitar lesson
Cover Lesson - Solo Demo - lead adds - Unplugged performance tab
This video can make you easy to play guitar.
how to play "New Kid in Town" on leads guitar by The Eagles - Glenn Frey - guitar lesson
Original video name is "New Kid in Town Eagles Lyrics + Guitar"
Eagles - New Kid in Town - Lyrics with Chords : Acoustic Guitar Cover Lesson - Solo Demo - lead adds - Unplugged performance tab
Guitar Lesson with strumming and add-leads for beginners
This guitar demonstration imitated the website video: Eagles / New kid in town (Live 1977) 5:05 by yosh95wilde
New Kid in Town Eagles - Lyrics + Guitar = Karaoke
( guitar cover, music video, written by Don Henley & Glenn Frey )
"One of These Nights" Album, 1975.
A1 One Of These Nights 4:51
A2 Too Many Hands 4:42
A3 Hollywood Waltz 4:04
A4 Journey Of The Sorcerer 6:39
B1 Eyes 6:21
B2 Take It To The Limit 4:48
B3 Visions 4:00
B4 After The Thrill Is Gone 3:58
B5 I Wish You Peace 3:45
"Hotel California" Album, 1976
1 Hotel California 6:30
2 New Kid In Town 5:04
3 Life In The Fast Lane 4:46
4 Wasted Time 4:55
5 Wasted Time (Reprise) 1:22
6 Victim Of Love 4:11
7 Pretty Maids All In A Row 4:05
8 Try And Love Again 5:10
9 The Last Resort 7:25
The Eagles' Glenn Frey dead at 67
By Melonyce McAfee, CNN
Updated 1316 GMT (2116 HKT) January 19, 2016 | Video Source: CNN
(CNN)Glenn Frey, a founding member of the rock band the Eagles, has died at 67, a publicist for the band has confirmed.
Frey formed the Eagles with three other backup musicians for Linda Ronstadt
The band saw wild success in the 1970s, disbanded in 1980 and reunited in 1994
Frey's solo hits include "You Belong to the City" and "The Heat Is On"
The Eagles' Glenn Frey dead at 67 - CNN.com
1977 Album ??
Eagles New Kid in Town with Lyrics:
(Guitar Lesson with Chords,
Both of strum and solo playing , but no bass guitar
Lead Adds Guitar Cover Lesson with Chords/Lyrics)
Eagles -New Kid in Town - Subtitulada en Español
New Kid in Town (Eagles) [Strum + Solo] Guitar Cover Lesson with Chords/Lyrics
New Kid in Town - Eagles - Lyrics + Guitar
New Kid in Town - Eagles - Karaoke - Lyrics + Guitar
There's talk on the street, it sounds so familiar
Great expectations, everybody's watchin
People you meet, they all seem to know you
Even your old friends treat you like you're something new
Johnny come lately, the new kid in town
Everybody loves you, so don't let them down
You look in her eyes the music begins to play
Hopeless romantics, here we go again
But after a while, you're lookin' the other way
It's those restless hearts that never mend
Johnny come lately, the new kid in town
Will she still love you when you're not around?
There's so many things you should have told her
But night after night you're willing to hold her
Just hold her, tears on your shoulder
There's talk on the street, it's there to remind you
that it doesn't really matter which side you're on
You're walking away and they're talking behind you
They will never forget you 'til somebody new comes along
Where U been lately? There's a new kid in town
Everybody loves him, don't they?
Now he's holding her, and you're still aro-o-ound. Oh my my
There's a new kid in town. (Ah) ha, ha
Just another new kid in town. (Ah) ha ha
(hoo, hoo) Everybody's talking 'bout the new kid in town
(hoo, hoo) Everybody's walking like the new kid in town
There's a new kid in town I don't want to hear it
(There's a new kid in town) I don't want to hear it without you
(There's a new kid in town) (There's a new kid in town)
There's a new kid in town Ooh Ooh Ooh
(There's a new kid in town) Oh Oh Oh
(There's a new kid in town)
"New Kid in Town" is a song by the Eagles from their 1976 studio album Hotel California. It was written by Don Henley, Glenn Frey and J.D. Souther. Released as the first single from the album, the song became a number-one hit in the US, and number 20 in the UK. The single version has an earlier fade-out than the album version. The song features Glenn Frey singing the lead vocals, with Don Henley singing main harmony vocals. Randy Meisner plays the guitarrón mexicano, Don Felder plays electric guitars, and Joe Walsh plays the electric piano and organ parts. The song won the Grammy Award for Best Vocal Arrangement for Two or More Voices.