Rock music has given us some incredibly talented artists, but one group that stands out above the rest is the Eagles.
They were a perfect combination of massive egos, world-class talent, and an unwavering commitment to perfection.
Whether they were performing live on stage or recording in the studio, the Eagles showed us time and time again that when they united as a cohesive unit, their music was unparalleled, especially with their iconic five-part harmony.
Glenn Frey, leading the charge, made the Eagles a force to be reckoned with. When all five voices came together in harmony, it was a sight to behold.
And if you ever had the chance to witness their pre-show rehearsal where they sang acapella, you’d experience something truly extraordinary.
Their 2013 documentary brilliantly captures the magic of their collaboration, taking us behind the scenes as they rehearsed “Seven Bridges Road.”
In the short 40-second clip below, you can witness the Eagles’ flawless execution of the five-part harmony, leaving no doubt that they were unmatched in this musical art form.
We encourage you to watch the video and, if you’re intrigued, listen to the full version of “Seven Bridges Road” to witness the masterpiece they created together.