Donald Hugh Henley (born July 22, 1947) is an American musician, singer, songwriter, record producer and founding member of the Eagles. He was the drummer and co-lead vocalist for the Eagles from 1971 until the band broke up in 1980, and he reprised those duties for the group's reunions since 1994. He has been the only constant member of the band since its formation.
The Eagles - Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit, with Deacon Frey and Vince Gill – have one date remaining in their extensive 2018 North American tour, a December 7 show in Honolulu, before kicking off 2019 with a tour of Australia and New Zealand in February and March. The band will then launch a European tour next summer including a June 23 performance at Wembley Stadium in London. LEGACY CD/DVD/Blu-ray Listing.
Eagles is the debut studio album by the rock band the Eagles. The album was recorded at London's Olympic Studios with producer Glyn Johns and released in 1972. The album was an immediate success for the young band, reaching No. 22 on the charts and going platinum
For the first time ever, the Eagles - Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit, with Deacon Frey and Vince Gill - will perform their iconic album Hotel California in its entirety in their only North American performances of 2019. Each night’s concert - Friday, September 27, 2019 and Saturday, September 28, 2019 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada – will also include an additional set of the band’s greatest hits.
Don Henley has always had a life outside of the Eagles. During his youth in Texas, where he also currently lives, he drummed and sang in the country-rock band Shiloh. During the Eagles' 1980-1994 sabbatical, he carved out his own career with forward-thinking hits like "The Boys of Summer" and "The End of the Innocence," and he connected with his roots on last year's Cass County, which mixed originals with covers of songs by the Louvin Brothers and more. His interests outside the band include his championing of the Walden Woods Project, dedicated to preserving the.
Don Henley with his wife, model Sharon Summerall in 1991. The one thing that everyone knows about The Eagles is that they fought like ferrets in a sack and after they split in 1980 Don Henley said that they would re-form "when hell freezes over". Well hell froze over in 1994 and they've spent another 20 years confounding the critics and selling millions more albums. They have also confounded medical science inasmuch as they are all still alive despite the years of excess. Guitarist Joe Walsh talks about his drug problems openly in the documentary, History Of The Eagles . The Eagles attend 'History Of The Eagles Part One' screening during 2013's Sundance Festival. The songs are both new and covers. Schmit, with Vince Gill and Deacon Frey - will bring their Eagles World Tour to Australi. a and New Zealand in February and March. Tickets go on sale beginning Monday, October 15. Visit eagles. com/events for full list of tour dates and on sale details. When you donate to enter, you’re helping support The Walden Woods Project, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to preserving the land, literature and legacy of the revered American author, philosopher, and naturalist, Henry David Thoreau. 183. Watch the trailer for Don Henley’s new album Cass County, due out September 25th.
Don Henley called Frey "the glue" of the band - a business-minded taskmaster who steered them towards commercial success. He's a big sports fan, so he applied coaching principles to running this band," said the singer. He recognises people's strengths and gets them to do what they do best. Frey's lofty ambitions were fulfilled by Hotel California, The Eagles' fifth album. Released in 1976, it sold 16 million copies in the US and double that figure worldwide. While they had been successful before - a greatest hits album collection released earlier the same year had become their first number one - Hotel California was "the zenith of The Eagles", said Frey in 1992, "in that what we had to say came together with our learning of how to make records". It sealed the band's reputation. He sounded like Barry Gibb in this high voice," said Felder, who transposed the song from E minor to B minor "which is not a particularly guitar-friendly key, but it was perfect for his voice". A second recording turned out to be too fast, so the band started again in Miami, fine-tuning the instrumentation and the lyrics in the process.
|1||The Boys Of Summer||5:28|
|2||The End Of Innocence||6:04|
|3||One Of These Nights||4:36|
|4||The Last Resort||7:44|
|6||Life In The Fast Lane||6:00|
|7||The Heart Of The Matter||5:58|
|10||All She Wants To Do Is Dance||5:54|
|12||The Last Worthless Evening||6:04|
- Photography By – Fotex
- Written-By – Tench* (tracks: 8), Hornsby* (tracks: 2), Kortchmar* (tracks: 8 to 10), Felder* (tracks: 5), Henley*, Frey* (tracks: 3 to 6), Walsh* (tracks: 6), Corey* (tracks: 12), Souther* (tracks: 7), Campbell* (tracks: 1, 7), Lynch* (tracks: 12)
NotesDigital Soundboard Recording
Made in E.E.C.
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