Already Gone’s Eagles Tribute Voted #1 Tribute To See Live

Rock band's popular Eagles tribute voted as tribute band show voters most want to see perform live. The Eagles tribute band will be performing next at Dosey Doe in The Woodlands on Jan. 27, 2024.

As fellow live music lovers, we know there’s nothing quite like the energy and excitement of seeing a great rock band perform on stage. So we’re honored that in a recent poll conducted by the renowned Cypress Music Scene, an influential online Facebook group of over 7,000 Houston-area music enthusiasts, our Eagles tribute band was chosen as the show voters most wanted to see play live. We don’t currently have any Cypress tour dates on the books, but we’ll be bringing the greatest hits of the Eagles to several venues in your area, so we hope to see you there soon. And thank you again!

About Already Gone's Tribute To The Eagles

Already Gone is a New Classic Rock band from Houston, Texas, known for being the premier Eagles tribute band in the South. Formed in 2006, these five veteran musicians capture the sound of the Eagles perfectly, faithfully recreating the lush vocal harmonies to perfection. They don’t dress like the Eagles, speak like them, or act like them – rather, they give tribute to one of the greatest rock bands in history by their painstaking attention to the musical details. Their lead vocalist has the amazing ability to sound incredibly like either Don Henley, Glenn Frey, or Joe Walsh, as evidenced by his performances on Hotel California, Take It Easy, and Rocky Mountain Way, respectively, and his note-for-note delivery of Randy Meisner’s Take It To The Limit is nothing short of impressive, especially since it’s performed in the original key!

70s Classic Rock Concert Experience

Capturing the energy and subtle swagger of the early Eagles concert perfectly, the band paces the delivery of pitch-perfect harmonies and intricate musical arrangements between witty stage patter, reminding electrified audiences once again why the Eagles are legendary, and why Already Gone is at the top of its game.