Eagles founding member Don Henley released his star-studded solo country album, Cass County, on Sept. 25, and the living legend brought the tour to support the album all the way to New York's Beacon Theatre for one unforgettable night.

Henley performed in the Big Apple on Nov. 2. The venue is a historic spot with a central location on Broadway in Manhattan's Upper West Side. Henley looked the part when he played the Beacon, wearing a grey vest for an extra touch of class.

The show was truly meaningful — the music icon explained the inspiration and stories behind many of the songs he played. Behind Henley was a 17-piece-band that helped him get the sound he truly wanted during songs like "Words Can Break Your Heart,” "That Old Flame," "I Put a Spell on You" and "'Tis the Season."

Check out the album above to transport to this memorable night with Don Henley.