The Eagles played “Emotional” off their upcoming album All the Right Reason last night (January 25) during the first episode of the new series The Football Show on ESPN.
The song has been a hit on the radio and social media for some time, with its title meaning the emotions in the song are too great for words.
The Eagles have played “emotional” before, including a performance at the 2013 Super Bowl in Houston, but only in front of the crowd.
The performance was also criticized for being overly emotional, with some fans claiming that the Eagles should have played a more “instrumental” version of the song.
However, The Football Club of England’s Mark Lovell told the BBC the Eagles were playing “emotionally” during the performance because it was part of the show.
“I don’t think they were singing anything really emotional, but the Eagles definitely did have a lot of emotions and it was very emotional,” Lovell said.
It was done by a group of fans and the Eagles just put on a fantastic performance. “
There was some criticism of it being too emotional, which is true, but what I thought was very appropriate was that the band did not actually play it.
It was done by a group of fans and the Eagles just put on a fantastic performance.
They played a beautiful rendition, the best they’ve done in a long time.
It was fantastic.”
A performance that fans are still discussing and debating.
What did the Eagles do?
The Eagles performed the song live on the eve of the Super Bowl, with singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette performing a version of it as well.
Fans were quick to voice their feelings, with many comparing the performance to the one that happened during the 2012 Super Bowl.
The song has since gone viral on the internet, with thousands of tweets and Instagram posts from fans who say they had the opportunity to perform it live.
When did it come out?
The song first became a viral sensation on YouTube when a YouTube user uploaded a video of the Eagles performing it during halftime of the 2011 Super Bowl against the San Francisco 49ers.
Fans then began tweeting about how the song had become the go-to song during the Superbowl.
It has since become one of the most talked about songs of all time, reaching #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts.
What did fans say about the performance?
The most popular reaction was that it was too emotional.
Some fans were upset that they had to watch the Eagles perform the song in front a sold out crowd.
Others claimed it was a “real emotional experience” and that it showed that they have the same emotional side as the Eagles.
But other fans claimed that it felt “more like being in a concert hall”.
The Eagles’ response?
“We think it was an excellent performance,” Lovelli told the ESPN.
“The song was written in a way to give them that emotional response, and then the performance was just a great, beautiful thing.
That was a really nice thing to do.”
Fans can also watch the video below: