Glenn Frey

Glenn Frey

While remaining best known for his tenure in the Eagles, Glenn Frey also enjoyed considerable success as a solo performer, with a career dating back to the glory days of the Detroit rock scene of the mid-1960s. Born in the Motor City on November 6, 1948, Frey formed his first band the Mushrooms in 1966, soon appearing live on the local TV program Robin Seymour's Swinging Time and becoming a staple at the area teen club the Hideout; for the club's Hideout Records label, the group cut their debut single "Such a Lovely Child," a session produced by another aspiring Detroit rocker, Bob Seger.The Mushrooms split soon after, and Frey joined the folk-rock group the Four of Us; he subsequently formed two more Detroit teen bands, the Subterraneans and the Heavy Metal Kids, before relocating to California in the early 1970s.
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