This is part two of our five-parter on our conversations with Glenn’s younger brother Alan. His relationship with his older brother was similar to mine. We both lost our older sibling and had our fair share of ups and downs but overall Alan says there was a real bond there. (Clip 003) (Clip 003B)
Frey died on January 18, 2016. He was 67.
We will have more of our exclusive interview with Alan Frey, younger brother to Glenn Frey of the Eagles.
Also check out my exclusive interview with former Eagle Randy Meisner on this channel. There will be links in the description of this video. – by John Beaudin
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