Gates leads the band off the stage of the sold-out Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, on the night of the pop-punk band's first concert in Pasadena, California, at the Rose Bowl. The concert headlined by Eagles at the Rose Bowl Stadium on July 14, 2002, was broadcast live on radio, national television and various outlets. It was also broadcast live on the Internet.
The concert marks the band's first use of pre-recorded rhythm tracks, namely a track consisting of muted guitar strums on \"Hotel California\" (which were overdubbed on the original studio version, but were absent from previous live performances of the song) and a backing rhythm track for Don Henley's rendition of his fast-paced solo hit \"The Boys Of Summer\". The two new songs included in the DVD are \"One Day At A Time\" (Walsh) and \"No More Cloudy Days\" (Frey).
On the set, DeVan mashed the song \"You Found Me\" (a cover of the late Jon Bon Jovi's \"You Give Love A Bad Name\") at about 1:40 in the video. Later, on the original 30-minute Live In Glendale, Glendale California Version video, there is a scene in which they play \"Hotel California\", where during the credits, Vegas slip another one of these over the \"First National Bank Building\" in Las Vegas. An alternate version of the track was shown in the video, with a completely different mix & sound, which featured a slightly different drum rhythm, and a much slower tempo. The video was released on the Euros Child Of The Universe and The Very Best Of soundtracks.
The concert also features a 1976 Eagles performance of \"New Kids On The Block\" (co-written by McKennon and Frey), in which the two are split up from the rest of the band, and some unreleased recordings of the band later recorded in 2007 - including a version of \"New Kid\" without McKennon (except for the lead vocal, which was taken from a 1979 song called \"The Kid\"), the Joe Walsh number, and a demo version of the second single \"The Last Resort\" (Gossard, Henley, Frey and McKennon all appear on this version). 7211a4ac4a