Here’s a sample of the celebrity reaction to the death of Eagles co-founder Glenn Frey on Monday at the age of 67:

* E Street Band guitarist Nils Lofgren: “Well, God damn it. #Glennfrey.  Too much.”

* KISS’ Paul Stanley: “SHOCKED to report the death of GLENN FREY. Eagle & brilliant songwriter. We shared some memories at RRHOF. Shocked..”

* Mötley Crüe’s Nikki Sixx: “R.I.P. Glen Frey….Thank you for all the great songs and powerful lyrics…Jesus can the reaper please take break for awhile…..”

* The Monkees’ Micky Dolenz: “Joining the heavenly band… RIP Glenn Frey…”

* Ryan Adams: “RIP, Glenn Frey. Travel to the stars safely, bro.”

* The Roots’ Questlove: “….sigh Glenn Frey belongs to the city still. damn man. all these legends man…..#TheEagles.”


* Richard Marx: “In addition to a killer voice and masterful songwriting skills #glennfrey played 1 of the greatest guitar solos ever.” He provided a YouTube link to The Eagles’ “I Can’t Tell You Why.”

* Sheryl Crow: “Sad day. My heart goes out to Cindy and the members of the Eagles and his entire family of friends and fan who loved him so. #RIPGlennFrey.”

* Lady Antebellum’s Hillary Scott: One of Lady A’s biggest influences has always been The Eagles. Heartbroken to hear we lost another great music icon. ?? #rip #glennfrey.”

* Eli Young Band: “Thanks for the amazing music you gave the world, Glenn Frey. #rip.”

* Steve Martin: “Shocker. My friend from the early days, and important member of Eagles, has died.  We loved you, Glenn Frey.”

* Neil Portnow, president/CEO, The Recording Academy: “As a founding member of the Eagles, Glenn Frey was an integral part of one of the most storied bands in pop history. His songwriting, especially with bandmate Don Henley, resulted in some of the biggest hits and standards of the ’70s, including songs like “Desperado,” “One Of These Nights,” “Lyin’ Eyes,” and “Hotel California.” The latter two earned the Eagles two of their six GRAMMY Awards. “Desperado” and the milestone album Hotel California, along with its title track, have been inducted into the GRAMMY Hall Of Fame. The band’s Their Greatest Hits: 1971-1975 remains one of the best-selling albums of all time, a testament to the enduring music that Glenn played a significant role in creating. Glenn’s untimely passing is a huge loss for the music community, and we offer our condolences to his family, friends, colleagues, and fans.”

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