After devoting much of its attention to the documentary the past year or so, the Eagles are mulling the future, perhaps incorporating some of the film’s visual elements into a live show that revisits some songs that haven’t gotten much attention lately, Frey said.
‘‘What happened when we got back together is we realized that the Eagles is this mothership that makes everybody’s life better,’’ he said. ‘‘I think we all understand what a unique position we’re in, individually and collectively, and it’s nice to be able to keep the Eagles going. We always say that as long as we’re able to go out onstage physically and perform at a high level, we'll continue to perform.
‘‘Obviously it’s not going to last forever,’’ he said. ‘‘But I think we still have a few more miles.’’
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