The Eagles aren't going to take it easy when it comes to unlicensed screenings of their music.

Members of the Eagles are taking a fan to court over 10,000 hours of music footage. Co-founders Glenn Frey and Don Henley filed the suit against William Shelley, a Long Island man who hosted a series of public screenings from his collection of unreleased concert performances by the Rolling Stones, Fleetwood Mac, Pink Floyd and the Eagles.

According to the lawsuit, Shelley refused to honor a cease-and-desist order prior to the screening. The lawsuit charges Shelley is guilty of copyright and anti-bootlegging laws. Henley and Frey aren't just seeking to get back their footage, but also take possession of his entire collection.