Glenn Frey one of the co-founders of The Eagles has released his first solo album in over 20 years. The album is called 'After Hours' and it's not a rock album but an album of standards. Tunes by Brian Wilson, Randy Newman and Burt Bacharach are featured alongside such pre-rock classics as (I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons,  My Buddy and (Get Your Kicks On)Route 66.

This is not what I was hoping for from Glenn Frey!! I can't really blame him, especailly since Rod Stewart had so much success with his 'Great American Songbook' sereis.

Frey has launched his own tour (with stops Thursday in Englewood, N.J., and Friday in Bethlehem, Pa.)

but says his "primary job" these days is playing father to his three children, ages 9 to 21.

Check out the video below