When the British Invasion of the early 1960s hit the U.S., the Animals with lead-singer Eric Burdon, were one of the few bands that could compete for airtime with the Beatles. Their hard-driving guitar sound, along with Burdon’s big voice, produced some of the era’s top hits including The House of the Rising Sun, Bring It On Home to Me, Don’t Bring Me Down and the end-of-school-year anthem We Gotta Get Out Of This Place. Now 74 years old, Eric is in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and still touring with a series of upcoming concerts in Australia, Canada and the United States.
Eric is selling his Joshua Tree, California high-desert retreat which he purchased in 2007. Sited on 2.5 adobe-walled acres, the 3,120-square-foot hacienda-style home has four bedrooms, three baths, large great room, studio, office and a 600-square-foot master suite with expansive bath, heated floors and custom walk-in closet. Outside is a roof deck, saltwater pool, spa, yoga area and meditation space. Priced at $888,888.
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