Along with Don Henley, Glenn Frey is considered as one of the two most popular members of the Eagles.
Frey, a native of Detroit, turns 60 this week. He began his music career playing with various teen bands in Detroit, and in 1968, sang backup on "Ramblin Gamblin Man", a hit for another Detroit star, Bob Seger.
In his late teens, Frey decided to move to California, and played with several bands before forming the Eagles with Henley. Following the many hits with the group, Frey had some success as a solo artist, including "The One You Love", "The Heat Is On" and "You Belong To the City" from the Miami Vice soundtrack. Frey even did some acting, including a guest star appearance on Miami Vice.
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