Fans of the popular ‘70s rock band, The Eagles, will be able to enjoy their favorite hits when the tribute band, Eaglemania, comes to the Carlisle Theatre.

Audience members can expect an authentic Eagles sound including stunning five-part harmony and all the hits they have come to love. The concert will be held at 8 p.m. on Saturday at the Carlisle Theatre, located at 40 W. High St., in downtown Carlisle.

Calling themselves “the world’s greatest Eagles tribute band,” Eaglemania tours nationwide with shows that often draw sold-out crowds. Since the band’s inception, the group has dedicated itself to faithfully reproducing the music of The Eagles, as well as some of the solo work of Eagles members Don Henley, Glenn Frey and Joe Walsh.

The group’s upbeat music appeals to a wide variety of age groups, but those who lived through the ‘70s will be especially impressed by Eaglemania’s uncanny ability to emulate the unmistakable sound of The Eagles.

Eaglemania consists of an ensemble of veteran musicians, including Frankie Reno on keyboards and vocal, John Gaechter on guitar and vocals, J.D. Kelly on lead vocals, Ken Darcy on guitar and vocals, Jon Weiswasser on drums, and Dennis Espantman on bass.

The Eagles are an American rock band formed by guitarists Glenn Frey and Bernie Leadon, drummer Don Henley and bassist Randy Meisner. Considered one of the most successful bands of the 1970s, the group had five number-one singles, six Grammy Awards, five American Music Awards, and six number one albums. The Eagles are one of the world’s best selling bands of all times, having sold more than 150 million records.

Expect Eaglemania to play The Eagles’ biggest hits, including “Take it Easy,” “Witchy Woman,” “Peaceful Easy Feeling,” “Desperado,” “Tequila Sunrise,” “Already Gone,” “Best of My Love,” “One of These Nights,” “Lyin’ Eyes,” “Take it to the Limit,” “New Kid in Town,” “Hotel California,” “Heartache Tonight” and “I Can’t Tell You Why.”

Tickets range between $22.50 and $29.50 and are available by calling 717-258-0666 or visiting the theater’s website at


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