Eagles Get Presented Grammy for 'Hotel California' That They Didn't Accept in 1977
There was a surprise in store for the Eagles at the Grammys on Monday night.
After remaining members of the group performed a tribute to the late Glenn Frey during the Grammys and the show cut to commercial, the group inside the Staples Center saw a bit more. Show producer Ken Ehrlich stopped them from leaving the stage. He said when they were nominated for "Hotel California" in 1977, they didn't want to attend the awards if they weren't sure they were going to win, so they didn't -- and then he and Neil Portnow gave them their trophy, all these years later, for "one of the best albums ever made."
Re-watch their performance below.
With reporting by Jem Aswad