Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and founding member of the Eagles, Glenn Frey has died.
FOX's Michelle Pollino reports:
Glenn Frey one of the founding members of the Eagles has died.
His publicist reporting he died from complications from rheumatoid arthritis, which included acute colitis and Pneumonia.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer had been fighting intestinal issues for a while, but his condition relapsed before the holidays, forcing the Eagles to pull out of their Kennedy Center Honors appearance in December.
Glenn was a key player in the band, co-writing and singing lead vocals on several of the Eagles hits. The band went onto win six Grammys and Frey co-wrote two of the bands biggest hits 'Hotel California' and 'Desperado' with Don Henley.
He was 67-years-old.
Michelle Pollino, FOX News.