The eagles, st augusting record holder eagler, record holder,record holders,st augustin record,eagler have all been on record for a while.
In the late 1980s they played at a venue that was a nightclub called the club.
The band, the eagles and their then bassist had a few nights of partying in the club, and then they went back to their rooms.
Then they played the next night and the next and they went to another nightclub and again had some fun.
Eventually, the band was playing in front of 200 people.
They decided they would try to get the band into a venue and had to sign a release.
They signed the release and put the band up for auction.
When they had all paid, they got a huge chunk of change.
They said they would donate the rest of the money to charity.
When that didn’t work out, they decided to put up the money in a charity.
They put up a plaque that read ‘St Augustine Record’ and they were able to raise $1,500 for a cancer research centre in their hometown of St Augustine.
They donated all the money and put it in a museum to be displayed for people to see.
That’s when the record went up.
Then, in 2009, the record was sold to a local record store for $10.
The eaglers got their money back and got a new record that they had to play at a different venue.
Now they’re playing there again and the audience is so happy.
It’s a great story and they are the eagling.
The record is now on the Guinness Book of World Records.