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KSUT to Air Archive Interview With Glenn Frey Thursday at Noon

Eagles co-founder and solo artist passed away Monday.

Six-time Grammy winner and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Glenn Frey died Monday in New York City.

Frey co-founded The Eagles in 1971 and co-wrote many of their biggest hits, including Hotel California and One of These Nights.

As a solo artist, he enjoyed considerable success with the songs Smuggler's Blues and The Heat is On.

This Thursday at noon, KSUT will air an archive interview with Glenn Frey, recorded in 2012 as he was releasing a new album of American standards and vintage love songs.

Frey sat down with producers of the public radio show The Art of the Song for an extended conversation on songwriting, artistry, and The Eagles.

Glenn Frey: The Art of the Song, airs this Thursday at noon on KSUT. World Cafe will be preempted.  

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