Eagles get cheers

After 35 years, The Eagles are smart about playing to a Philly crowd.

During Tuesday's concert at the Wachovia Center, Joe Walsh popped on a Phillies cap for "In the City," which included video scenes of the city of Philadelphia and Brad Lidge throwing the final out in the World Series, the on-field celebration shots and the parade. And the crowd went wild.

The band also announced midway through the opening set that a portion of the proceeds from the night would be going to the FOP Memorial Scholarship Fund to benefit the families of our fallen police officer, and in a show of emotion before dedicating a song to the Philadellphia Police Department, they read the names of the five officers who died this year.

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