Don Henley Says Eagles Will Record Together

Sessions could result in first new studio LP since 1979.

Former Eagles singer/drummer Don Henley will rejoin his former bandmates for recording sessions that may result in the first Eagles studio record since 1979's The Long Run, the Chicago Tribune reports.

The studio sessions will take place at the end of rehearsals for an Eagles European tour, Henley said. Those rehearsals won't begin, however, until the finish of Henley's current solo tour, which has dates scheduled through March 18.

Last month Henley and Glenn Frey fired guitarist Don Felder, who was a one-third partner in Eagles Ltd. That leaves an Eagles lineup of guitarists Frey and Joe Walsh, bassist Timothy B. Schmit and drummer Henley.

There is no word on whether the band will seek a replacement for Felder, who is suing Henley and Frey, charging them with wrongful termination.