Don't look to Timothy B. Schmit to wax poetic about the loss of Glenn Frey. The Eagles bassist explains that performing without the late rocker is sad, but it's time.
“As time goes by, it sinks in more and more, and it becomes a little more settled,” Schmit says. “It’s a tragedy, but it just was and is. Life goes on, and it’s been long enough now that we can sort of reorganize.”As for those who thought the Eagles wouldn't play after Frey's death, Schmit said he's heard that tune before. “Don [Henley] also said we would never reform after we broke up the first time,” Schmit adds. “Then we went on to play for 21 more years.”
Source: The Plain Dealer
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