JULY 3, 1977
1. Hotel California
2. Lyin' Eyes
3. Wasted Time
4. Take It To The Limit
5. Desparado
6. Midnight Flyer
7. Turn To Stone
8. Already Gone
9. One Of These Nights
10. Funk #49
11. Good Day In Hell
12. Rocky Mountain Way
13. Witchy Woman
14. James Dean
15. The Best Of My Love
16. Walk Away
17. Tequila Sunrise

The Eagles Headlined Rock Super Bowl II to an estimated 46,000 fans and the actual newspaper photo is above.

"Hotel California" which topped the charts in February 1977 and became the Eagles' signature song. It features Henley on lead vocals, with a guitar duet performed by Felder
and Walsh. The song was written by Felder, Henley and Frey, with Felder writing all the music. The mysterious lyrics have been interpreted in many ways, some of them
controversial. Rumors even started in certain quarters that the song was about Satanism. The rumor was completely dismissed by the band and later by Henley in the
documentary film "History of the Eagles".

1977 saw Jimmy Buffett & The Coral Reefer Band catch a big wave while promoting the album "Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes" he opened for the Eagles on
several dates in March and  July. “Margaritaville” flew up the helping the summer tour grow to the amphitheatres that Jimmy still plays today. In late June  Jimmy added new
drummer Kenneth Buttrey to the band and they rehearsed for 3 nights in Sarasota, FL  before embarking on a tour of the South that included a couple of shows opening for
The Eagles again in Florida and Texas.

Hall & Oates on tour to promote their "Beauty on a Backstreet" album but despite touring constantly and recording albums with efficiency, the duo could not find any pop
success for a number of reasons, mainly because of the popularity of Disco. The Bands lead guitarist G.E. Smith was also the musical director for Saturday Night Live and
eventually became the lead guitarist of Bob Dylan's touring band from June 7, 1988 to October 19, 1990.

Andrew Gold was a singer, songwriter, musician and arranger. His works include the Top 10 single "Lonely Boy" (1977) as well as "Thank You for Being a Friend" (1978) and
"Never Let Her Slip Away" (1978). Gold was a multi-instrumentalist who played guitar, bass, keyboards, accordion, synthesizer, harmonica, saxophone, flute, drums and
percussion, as well as more arcane musical devices such as ukulele, musette, and harmonium.[1] He was also a producer, sound engineer, film composer, session
musician, actor, and painter.

Throughout the years, he played and/or sang on records and/or live performances with artists including Carly Simon, Jennifer Warnes, Linda Ronstadt, Stephen Bishop,
America, Nicolette Larson, Maria Muldaur, Neil Diamond, Barbi Benton, Juice Newton, Leo Sayer, Freddie Mercury, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Karla Bonoff, Paul McCartney,
Ringo Starr, John Lennon, Brian Wilson, James Taylor, Roy Orbison, Don Henley, Bette Midler, Diana Ross, Cher, Jesse McCartney and J.D. Souther. Andrew Gold passed
away in 2011.

1. Changes in Attitudes
2. Pencil Thin Mustache
3. Havana Daydreaming
4. Cuban Crime of Passion
5. Wonder Why We Ever Go Home
6. Sail Away
7. Banana Republic
8. Come Monday
9. Makin' Music For Money
10. Maragritaville
11. Pirate looks at 40
12. Why Don't We Get Drunk and Screw
13. Manana
14. Biloxi
15. Tampico Trauma
16. This Hotel Room
17. Dixie Diner
18. Lovely Cruise
Jimmy Buffett & Glenn Frey unplugged 1977 "Magaritaville"

2. Rich Girl
3. Can't Stop The Music
4. Do What Ever You Want
5. Lady Rain
6. Falling
7. Camellia
8. You're Much Too Soon
9. Is It A Star
10. I'm Just A Kid
11. Sara Smile
12. She's Gone
13. Abandon Luncheonette
14. Bring It On Home To Me
15. Room To Breath
16. Johnny Gore And The "C" Eaters