Review: Eagles' bassist Timothy B. Schmit's Coach House turn is pure joy


There’s no mistaking that voice, that crystal voice, cutting through the harmonies, soaring on solos. The backbone of the Eagles’ sound.

The voice of Timothy B. Schmit.

His songs, including “I Can’t Tell You Why,” “I Don’t Want to Hear Anymore” and “Love Will Keep Us Alive,” were the gems of the Eagles’ last couple of albums.

They’re the songs that make an audience collectively swoon.

Be it on background or lead vocals, Schmit – like his predecessor in the Eagles, Randy Meisner – is a jewel.

And he shined Saturday, fronting his own band, playing his own music, at a sold-out Coach House in San Juan Capistrano.

I couldn’t tell who was having more fun, the audience or the performers. It was the first night of Schmit’s 2017 tour. And gauging from the inaugural outing, this is one not to miss.

Schmit is playing another sold-out night at the…



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