Donald Hugh Don Henley (born July 22, 1947, in Gilmer, Texas) is an American singer, songwriter and drummer, best known as a founding member of the Eagles before launching a successful solo career.
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how come the Eagles (Glenn Frey & Don Henley) are not asking to join them for a few songs like they did Bernie Leadon
Today In Oldies Music History: August 25 -- Births 1913: Bob Crosby 1918: Leonard Bernstein 1933: Wayne Shorter 1941: Christopher Augustine (Every Mother's Son) 1942: Walter Williams (The O'Jays) 1949: Gene Simmons (Kiss) 1950: Willy DeVille Deaths 1979: Stan Kenton 2000: Jack Nitzsche Events 1967: After a two-year bout with stage fright, Beach Boys founder and resident genius Brian Wilson returns to playing live with the band. 1970: Singer-songwriter Elton John begins a seventeen-night run at Los Angeles club The Troubadour, his first US club appearance and a move which will catapult him into pop stardom. On the first night, he is introduced by labelmate Neil Diamond. Quincy Jones and Leon Russell are in the audience, as is future Eagles member Don Henley. The first night's show includes the favorites "Your Song," "Take Me To The Pilot," and "Country Comfort." 1970: Jimi Hendrix throws a party to celebrate the opening of his Electric Lady studios in New York. 1973: Bobby Darin performs what is to be his ...
I actually prefer Glen Frey over Don Henley usually cuz I prefer my pop a little harder, but that 1 is awesome. All Eagles good
if Crawley have Joe Walsh playing up front, where do Glen Frey and Don Henley fit into their line up?
Don Imus lost his job for "nappy headed *** . Don Henley made money from the bubble headed bleach blond? What? Invest in Wiki.
Don Henley explaining why "Victim of Love" was done with his vocal and not Felder's is one of the coldest statements ever filmed.
I could listen to the all day long. Don Henley & Glen Frey's voices are pure magic. 😍😍🎶🎤
Third & Lindsley, August 29th! A big night of Don Henley and Eagles music with a little Joe Walsh thrown in for comic relief! Get your tickets early... Hope to see you there!
Donate to win The Gathering of the Clan Benefit Concert Poster! For our sixth in a series of special historical posters, we are proud to announce a chance to win the Gathering of the Clan concert poster. The August 8th and 9th, 2000 benefit concert was held at the Santa Monica Civic Center in California. This concert was a benefit for Fred Walecki ( the much beloved owner of the famed Westwood music store in Los Angeles ), and his family for medical expenses. The posters are signed by Graham Nash, David Crosby, Linda Ronstadt, Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, David Lindley, Don Henley, Randy Meisner, Bernie Leadon, Chris Hillman, Ry Cooder, the late Warren Zevon and others. There will be two 24x36 signed posters for the drawing. Each entry chance to win the poster is $100 ( fully tax deductible ) Only 30 chances will be sold. That's one chance in fifteen - and each entry will receive two free tshirts; a free concert shirt and a stage crew shirt. After receiving your donation, we will ship your free t-shirts ...
On this day: August 6, 1991 Stevie Nicks released her first solo album, "Bella Donna", which contained the singles "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" (with Tom Petty) and "Leather and Lace" (with Don Henley).
Leather and lace by Stevie Nicks and Don Henley (Lyrics): via
My dad gave me a bunch of his old CDs. Don Henley, Little River Band, Styx, Fleetwood Mac, stuff I grew up with.
Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough (feat. Don Henley) by Patty Smyth, from with LiveLyrics®
I added a video to a playlist Patty Smyth and Don Henley - Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough (Lyrics)
Agree with those. I'll add Glenn Frey and Don Henley, plus Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden, and Skin from Skunk Anansie.
The George Harrison Memorial Tree has been killed by beetles.in other news, the Don Henley commemorative...
July 22. Selena Gomez turns 22. Danny Glover turns 68. Don Henley turns 67. Keith Sweat turns 53. Willem Dafoe turns 59. John Leguizamo turns 50
THIS DAY IN MUSIC HISTORY (July 22nd): 1941: George Clinton, (Parliament, Funkadelic ) was born 1944: Estelle Bennett (The Ronettes) was born -- she died in 2009 1944: Ric Davis (Supertramp, keyboards and vocals) was born 1947: Don Henley was born 1963: The Beatles kicked of a UK tour with Gerry and the Pacemakers and Tommy Quickly 1963: The first pressing of The Beatles' first US album, Introducing The Beatles at Vee-Jay Records -- upon the album's release in January 1964, Capitol Records filed for an injunction against further production, distributing and advertising the album. At the trial, Vee-Jay gained the right to release any Beatles records that they had masters of until October 15th, 1964. After that date, they no longer had the right to issue any Beatles recording. 1965: Three of the Rolling Stones -- *** Jagger, Keith Richards, and Bill Wyman -- are found guilty in London's East Ham Magistrates Court of "insulting behavior" for urinating on the wall of a gas station in London when the owner re ...
If you like Bruce Springsteen, Southside Johnny, The Beatles, Rod Stewart, and Don Henley, you will LOVE The...
I'm pretty sure Don Henley just pulled a Chris Gaines on everyone with The War on Drugs.
Listened to the best American band (The Eagles) on my way home from work & as always Don Henley's voice dissolved me on the molecular level
More "Looking Into You"...Eliza Gilkyson, Don Henley, Paul Thorn, Marc Cohn, Shawn Colvin . In the dark, music and memories wash over me...
I worked at Music Shop from '77-'80. Among my customers were Don Henley, Glen Frey, and Joe Walsh of the Eagles, Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart, Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull, Steve Howe of Yes, and Bill Bruford of UK. Thanks to Joe Joe Mierzwa for posting this.
Ramzan giveaways on Midday Madness. LHR – X2 Pan Asian Dining, ISB – Oxygen Lounge KHI – Yummy Mummy And Me, FSD – Haute Cuisine. Who is the odd one out. Txt in on 8989 with your name, age and city. 1.Dave Grohl 2. Phil Collins 3. Bono 4. Don Henley
Glenn Frey and Don Henley, still got it and Joe Walsh, a rock and roll legend, how is that man still alive?
My wife and I attended The History of The Eagles and thoroughly enjoyed the whole night. The 02 is an excellent venue clearly used to serving large volumes of the public. Great choice of eateries inside and ease of access to the show. We were here after the 02 Dublin show which is a lot smaller venue. The Eagles and their backing musicians are a class apart from other acts. There is such a back catalogue of hit after hit. Great seeing Bernie Leadon back playing with the band and Stuart Smith is an amazingly talented guitarist. I liked his play offs with Joe Walsh. Glenn Frey is clearly the front man, Don Henley is a huge asset. Timothy B Schmit is a legend, his singing voice incredible. Joe Walsh is my guitar hero, this was probably the best technically proficient night I have ever seen the band in the countless times over many years. Oh well, until the next show lads.
Love the Eagles - Don Henley and Glenn Frey two of the biggest egos - should not have fired Felder
Songs about the summer: "The Boys Of Summer" was performed by this former member of the Eagles. “I can tell you my love for you will still be strong. After the boys of summer have gone.” a. Joe Walsh b. Don Henley c. Glenn Frey d. Randy Meisner
think it was probably Glenn Frey who said it, not Don Henley ...
Thanks to 37 backers of my Kickstarter Campaign. We've had $3,266 pledged of my $8,680 goal with 12 days to go. If you can afford a $15 pre-order of my new CD, If Stars Could Sing, then you can help me pay the great players like Guzman Joel, Kurt Baumer, William Morse, Chris Reeves, Mark Epstein, Luiz Coutinho, Tommy Spurlock, & Mike Blakely (Mike Blakely's Official Fan Page) who are helping me record this. In addition to my originals I've added a cumbia cover of "Down on the Corner" by Creedence & "Hotel California" by Don Felder, Don Henley, and Glenn Frey. --jam
Kinda sad that another Joe Walsh is taking the limelight away from the guy who plays guitar in Don Henley and Glenn Frey's band.
Glen Frey,Don Henley,Bernie Leadon,Randy Meisner were back up players for Linda Ronstadt in 1971 when they decided to form The Eagles
Eagles concert was good. Don Henley 's voice is a bit more gravelly these days. Good to see Bernie Leadon back with the band. Joe Walsh is still odd
Don Henley believes that the key to a successful band is understanding that it’s not a democracy. Henley, who, along with the rest of the Eagles are currently on tour in the UK, spoke to Australia's News.com (News.com.au), and explained, "You cannot take four or five creative people who have egos and creative desires and expect them all to see things the same way all the time. There’s going to be resentment and jealousy and fighting about credits and money. There’s an old saying that says it’s amazing to think of how much could be accomplished if no one cared who got the credit." Upon reuniting in 1994, co-founder Glenn Frey insisted that he and Henley receive more money than the rest of the band -- Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmit, and Don Felder. It was Felder’s issues with the money situation the led to his firing from the band. Henley, explained: “Glenn has no qualms about talking about that. He feels like we deserve it, because we started this mess. We guided it, we’re the ones who had th . ...
On Mon, The Eagles. *** really did freeze over as I got the chance to see this band for probably the only time and for that I am truly grateful. Despite having what is considered a short career by rock bands standards, they really have got some memorable songs. The obvious ones being "Hotel California", "Life In The Fast Lane" and "Take It To The Limit" but it was some of the other Greatest Hits that stood out for me; in particular, "Doolin Dalton", "Love Will Keep Us Alive", "Peaceful Easy Feeling" and my favourite on the night and overall "Lying Eyes". Originally coming on were just Glenn Fray and Don Henley with accoustic guitars, but then they were joined by original member Bernie Leadon, with Joe Walsh then Timothy B. Schmit and it went all electrically from then on. What baffled me was the fact that although he has been with the band the shortest amount of time, Joe Walsh got to play three of his songs "Rocky Mountain Way", "Life's Been Good" and "In The City", which were ok, but I would have prefe ...
Is it just me or is Don Henley starting to look a lot like Colonel Sanders?
This was written by Holly Knight along with Nick Gilder of "Hot Child In The City" fame. With the battle/love theme, the song is similar to Pat Benatar's "Love Is A Battlefield," which Knight also wrote. She says of this track: "I've had people come up to me over the years time and time again, the deepest darkest bands with every piercing and possible tattoo on them, and they're like, 'Dude, that song was so good, I want to re-cut that song.'" This was the biggest hit for Scandal, whose lead singer Patty Smyth had a US hit in 1992 with "Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough," a duet with Don Henley. Smyth married tennis star John McEnroe in 1997. The Rockin' Apple
'ONE of these NIGHT'S' will perform a musical tribute to the legendary EAGLES as well as perform songs from the solo career of Don Henley, Glen Frey and Joe Walsh tomorrow night as the Village's concert series kicks into high gear. The evening's food vendors are CHARKIES & CULVER'S who both begin concession service at 6 pm so come out early for a picnic dinner. The Carol Stream Rotary Club will be selling beer and wine coolers from their alcohol concession from 6 - 8:30 pm. Hope to see many of you out at the Town Center tomorrow evening.
Walkaway Joe by Trisha Yearwood with Don Henley is one of my fave country songs ever. 2 amazing vocalists.
Mindy: Rolling Stone has another list for us to disagree with! The Greatest Duets of All Time. Some of the highlights: 1. Queen and David Bowie, "Under Pressure" (1981) 2. Stevie Nicks and Tom Petty, "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" (1981) 3. Stevie Nicks and Don Henley, "Leather and Lace" (1981) 8. Chris Cornell and Eddie Vedder, "Hunger Strike" (1991) What’s on your greatest duets list?
Q POLL: "Rolling Stone" has a list of "The Greatest Duets of All Time". Queen and David Bowie's "Under Pressure" is followed by the Stevie Nicks / Tom Petty duet, "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around", and the Steve Nicks / Don Henley song "Leather and Lace". WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE DUET OF ALL TIME?
NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED! This video is intended to educate the public about the damages to our environment from the discharges from Lake Okeechobee into our estuaries. I do not own the music or lyrics. Credit for that goes to Don Henley, et al, AND CREDIT FOR THAT, Warner Music Group, goes to MR. JOHN GRAVES, after Henley read his book! Some photos were collected via the internet, others were taken by my husband, or myself.
At Menchie's and I correctly guessed 3 artists in a row. John Denver, Don Henley, and Cat Stevens. I know. I know. It's a gift. 😆
Last night I lived the dream, I attended an Eagles concert and sat first row, front and center. It was a much different Eagles concert than I've seen before. The equipment and stage crew were all in white sequence (like the Osmonds when they went through the jumpsuit phase) even Don Henley's drums were white and sparkly. The concert was outside but the section I was in had been moved inside of the old Jefferson High School auditorium. Friends and family I love, some no longer with us, were there..all were happy. It was a beautiful thing...to bad it was a dream. I woke up before I actually heard any music from the Eagles...grr
Sometimes I wonder why I have such a rabid hatred of Don Henley. Then Don Henley reminds me.
Don Henley spent more money on coke in 1979 than Frank Ocean will make in his lifetime.
I love The Eagles but Don Henley is an ***
TIL: Don Henley is the perfect voice for people who feel that music is something to be monetized in perpetuity, never enjoyed or shared.
Don Henley bein mad at Frank Ocean & Okkervil shows the glaring generational differences. And adds another reason not to like the Eagles.
I have a dad, I'm plenty familiar with the Eagles. Don Henley seems like a real *** You don't mess with Okkervil River.
30 is the age where you stop liking the Eagles and start liking Don Henley and Joe Walsh.
Henley: “I heard it, I was not impressed.” Don Henley Chastises Frank Ocean for Sampling ‘Hotel California’
Two years ago Don Henley threatened to sue Frank Ocean for performing American Wedding, the altered version of Hotel California that Ocean included on his
Here's my hot take on Don Henley: Don Henley should really ease up...maybe not take himself so seriously.
Eagles' Don Henley, singer of 'Hotel California,' is not a fan of Frank Ocean's 'American Wedding' sample and has now spoken publicly about it.
THINKING of starting a band? The Eagles' Don Henley is clear — you are going to have trouble and don't for one...
Ugh, get over yourself Don Henley. He should be honored people sampled his cheesy music.
Hey Don Henley, STFU, count your money and
The Eagles’ Don Henley accuses Frank Ocean, Okkervil River of plagiarism for covering his songs without permision:
Don Henley needs to take a seat. I love him but still. Okkervil River and Frank Ocean did it out of tribute to The Eagles. Grumpy old Man.
Don Henley seems like a pretty chill dude.
Don Henley compares "arrogant" Frank Ocean using his song to "painting a mustache on someone else's painting":
Don Henley's recent comments just prove I've been right about the Eagles as a major source of evil in our world
Don Henley should be thankful that there are current artists making him relevant.
I don't care about anyone's musical cred (I have zero), but when so much could pass as a Don Henley cover to me anyway, it's hardly exciting
Don Henley is accusing Frank Ocean and Okkervil River of being thieves. I'm accusing Don Henley of writing terrible music.
Don Henley, we all know good artists borrow, great artists steal - Picasso, Joyce, Eliot, Stravinsky, Faulkner, Jobs
Don Henley is hoppin' mad at this hip-hop artist for what he's done with 'Hotel California!'
Don Henley claims 'arrogant' Frank Ocean and stole his songs:
i'm painting moustaches on all of Don Henley's songs now
Don Henley is returning to the country-rock roots that set his career with Eagles in flight more than 40 years ago. But there is one concession the native Texan says he will not make. “No hat,” Henley tells NZHerald.co.nz
DON Henley, who has flown with and without the Eagles for the last 43 years, has advice for anyone in a group or thinking of starting one.
I would be honored if Don Henley took one of my songs and re-wrote the lyrics and recorded it. That's how folk music wor…
Don Henley is angry at Frank Ocean and Okkervil River for covering his songs, and at water for retaining so much of itself in his body.
"All hotels in California up-in-arms at Don Henley for writing such a boring song about them."
Don Henley's Frank Ocean and claims remind us what we knew all along (or, I stole from
Don Henley is mad that Frank Ocean took liberties with "Hotel California". Like, really mad. Here's Ocean's take:
Don Henley gets upset when you describe any hotel in California as “such a lovely place."
I think Don Henley was saying dumb things again? I really can't be bothered to look it up.
On this day in 1967, Jimi Hendrix played "Sgt. Pepper's" w/ Paul and George in the audience. 20-yr-old Don Henley must've bee…
preemptive defense against Don Henley: yes, I shouldn't have included an apostraphe.
Don Henley is such a plug. What an old fogie
Has Don Henley paid songwriter Eugene Williams for taking this to get cc:
I just wanna lay my head back on the ground and let my hair fall all around me and pretend that Don Henley doesn't exist.
I dream of a day when we can all calmly acknowledge that the Eagles suck.
Don Henley should be thankful someone finds his crappy music influential. What a *** weed!
Don Henley accused those who remake his songs without permission of stealing. Continue reading…
Eagles vocalist-drummer Don Henley recently said some strong words against Frank Ocean over the latt[...]
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June Jam Update: For those advance planners out there, here’s what I’m throwing together for our Summer Ukulele booklet. These will be handed out in person, no need to print yourselves or prepare unless you wish to. Included a couple of non-summer ones in there too. Most of these are from the Scorpex site. Anyone like me who isn’t familiar with Indian Summer or Summer Wine, give them a listen on YouTube, they are fun songs: Boys of Summer – Don Henley (Am) California Girls – Beach Boys (A) Breakaway – Kelly Clarkson (Am) Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini – Brian Hyland(C) I’m Looking Through You - Beatles (C) Indian Summer – Beat Happening (D) Island in the Sun – Weezer (Em) Little Sister – Elvis (E7) Sittin’ On The Dock of the Bay – Otis Redding (G) Summer Breeze – Seals and Crofts (D) Summer of ’69 – Bryan Adams – still selecting the right version…. Summer Nights – Grease (D) Summer Wine – Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazelwood (Am) Summertime – Gersh ...
You can't? Someone better tell youtube... "You can’t re-write the lyrics to somebody else’s songs and record it and put it on the internet," he said. "I’m sorry, but it wasn’t an improvement. We were not impressed. So we simply had our legal team tell them to take it down and they got all huffy about it." - Don Henley
Anita Liebenberg shared the following link and had this to say about it: Somtyds is die beste lig die van 'n verbrande brug agter jou - Don Henley
In case you were wondering what Don Henley thought when Frank Ocean took the master tape for The Eagles‘ 1977 classic “Hotel California” and sang over the instrumental track for his mixtape song “American Wedding” a few years back, let’s just say he was none too pleased. “I heard it,” Henley said...
do you think Don Henley was mad when The Ataris made his song better?
To the person with the radio blaring at Food City. 1984 called and they want there Don Henley cassette back.
The End Of Innocence by Don Henley - Year of production 2007
The Eagles' Don Henley isn't exactly endearing himself to the younger generation of musicians. He famously
Rod Stewart, Smokey Robinson and Don Henley don't belong on the radio anymore!! Much less on the same station! Yuck. Oh, and let's not forgot Huey Lewis and the News, Bruce Hornsby, or Steven Tyler! Uggg. I'm even sad I know the names of these people.
I'm not sure that my own life experience translates in every way there is across the board where this proverb is concerned, but I still definitely "get" what Tony A. Gaskins, Jr. is laying down here. Of all the life lessons that I've referred to from the past 30-50(?) years, this is one of the harder ones. "This is the end of the innocence..." -Don Henley
So here I am sitting in the car, again. In the rain, again! Nominated track today is End Of Innocence by Don Henley, definitely in my all time Top Ten EVER !!! Enjoy xxx
Trivia question for ya... In what movie did Elton John, Bonnie Raitt, Willie Nelson,Don Henley, Wyche Jean, plus a few others appear in together??
There are people in your life who've come and gone They let you down and hurt your pride Better put it all behind you; life goes on You keep carrin' that anger, it'll eat you inside I've been tryin' to get down to the Heart of the Matter But my will gets weak And my thoughts seem to scatter But I think it's about forgiveness Don Henley
Don Henley is spoiled rotten! I brought him up a treat and I was getting him ready for bed. He was laying around chillin' like he does. I set the apple like 3 inches from him and he just looks at me. I slide it closer and he goes to town.
this list is making my head hurt...Where's John Lennon, Don Henley, Ringo, Jimmy Buffett just to name a few?...
Sitting in traffic.. Listening to the Don Henley iTunes Radio channel.. Right here waiting for you- Richard Marx comes on.. Girl beside me totally busted me singing along.. I knew I should have turned the channel..
OMG, The Eagles were amazing live, sound so good considering they are all about 66 now! Don Henley's voice was amazing, the harmonies were great, the guitar playing awesome, the whole show was fantastic. The only downside was that no one told me how high the secc hydro in Glasgow was-i was supposed to be sitting 3 rows from top and climbing up the stairs was making me feel wobbly and when i actually entered the place i couldnt look down and was having panic attack. Never mind though i crawled back out hanging on to the banister for my dear life and the very kind stewards situated me on ground floor (much better seats too!)
*In 2012, Frank Ocean sampled The Eagles’ classic hit “Hotel California” for his track “American Wedding,” prompting an angry reaction from group member Don Henley and the start of a feud between the two artists. Henley is now opening up about the tiff,… [ 217 more words. ]
As our Archive Album of the Week this week, we have Linda Ronstadt - 'Duets'. While illness precludes Linda from recording new material, we look back at a part of her stellar career as she duets with James Taylor, Don Henley, Dolly Parton, Aaron Neville and a host of others. The voice of an angel.
During my 15 minute commute this morning it was like I was back in high school again... Pandora played "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" (Tears for Fears), "Your Love" (The Outfield), "Thriller" (Michael Jackson), and then "Boys of Summer" (Don Henley) consecutively! It was 1980-something all over again! I told Kristi just the other night that "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" is probably one of my two or three favorite songs of all time, maybe even And tell me you don't turn the radio up when the lyrics start "Josie's on a vacation far away.."
“Sometimes you get the best light from a burning bridge.” ~ Don Henley Today on Oui We: (Photos by Marianna Massey; more on the blog)
ROCK legend Don Henley has slapped down hipster singer Frank Ocean for ‘stealing’ the Eagles’ Hotel California and has told him to get his own ideas.
The Eagles are trying something new this tour. Throughout the show, Don Henley will spit on the audience. (This is usually Glen Frey's job)
Glen Frey and Don Henley's voices make me melt 😍
Sunday's lyrical puzzler: "Before her love, I was cruel and mean, I had a hole in the place where my heart should have been, but now I've changed and it feels so strange, I come alive when she does all those things to me, and she says come on, come on, come on, I need you, I love you…" * Saturday's lyrical puzzler: "Watch the basket people walk around and mumble, and gaze out at the auburn sky, maybe we'll leave come springtime, meanwhile, have another beer, what would we do without all these jerks anyway, besides, all our friends are here…" Answer: "Sunset Grill," Don Henley, 1985 Fun fact: There is, in fact, a real Sunset Grill, on Sunset Boulevard between Fairfax and La Brea in Hollywood. It's not some pricey, chic place with valet parking -- it's an unassuming mom-and-pop burger joint that seats maybe two dozen, and Don Henley used to hang out there in relative anonymity in the early '80s. There was no liquor license though, despite Henley's lyric about "meanwhile, have another beer." The origi .. ...
“The moment that song came out, it captured the mythology of California,” observes Styx’s James “JY” Young of the iconic title track to the Eagles’ forever classic 1976 album Hotel California. “I’m really proud of it,” says Don Felder, who wrote the song with former Eagles bandmates Don Henley and G…
, Don Henley, Glenn Frey and the rest of the band played amazing last night. Best night ever.
If you were given the chance to meet someone famous who would you pick? As for myself.there are three people that I would LOVE to meet. Without a doubt...I would choose Don Henley...Glenn Frey and Joe Walsh. These three men are...to me...a music lovers DREAM!! Without them...my past would have been very boring...LOL
Spent an amazing night with Glenn Frey, Timothy B Schmitt, Don Henley, Joe Walsh , and the other band members of the Eagles. Their History of the Eagles Tour should be on your bucket list- this is the best band ever!!! Amazing night
"We are all just prisoners here of our own device." ~Don Henley & Glenn Frey
Did Michael Mann put Don Henley and Glenn Frey in a musical Thunderdome or is this some of my wishful hallucinating?
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Don Henley is not affected my mortal problems such as irony
– The Boys of Summer by Don Henley, from with LiveLyrics®
I think my first instrument was a ukulele that they gave me. I used to know how to play that pretty well. -Don Henley
Don Henley responds to Robert Plant claims that the Eagles reformed because of being bored.
Singer says he wishes Led Zeppelin would get back together
.Don Henley sang nothing of 'listening back'. I feel bc of that lyrical omission he has given his approval for it.
Additional thought: Is Don Henley ever struck by the irony of a song whose msg is "don't look back" being played on an oldies station?
and I think I speak for everyone when I say that Don Henley has the voice of an angel.
Was reminded by radio today that seeing a Grateful Dead sticker on a Cadillac gave Don Henley a bridge-worthy epiphany.
Don Henley refuted Robert Plant's claim that the Eagles reunited out of boredom and came back with a jab of his own.
Interesting news story on DeBella's show this morning about some rivalry between Robert Plant and Don Henley. Plant apparently says that Henley reunited the Eagles just out of boredom. Henley says that he thinks the reason Plant won't agree to a Led Zeppelin reunion is that he can't hit those high notes any more and can't open his shirt.
WHOA! Who's side are you on??? Don Henley Is Not Happy That Robert Plant Suggested the Eagles Reunited Because They're Bored! Henley suggested that Plant won't put Zeppelin back together because, quote, "[He's] worried about hitting those notes [and] may not be able to unbutton his shirt anymore". OUCH!
"Who knows how long this will last? Now we've come so far, so fast, But somewhere back there in the dust, That same small town in each of us.." -Don Henley
Watchin History of the Eagles.. thinkin about how big of an influence Don Henley was on me. The Eagles were some of the first songs I learned and loved to play.. them and Skynyrd.. me and my bro JJ Fish.. Write like Henley and kick *** like Ronnie..ha Love it..
Rocker Don Henley has fired back at Robert Plant after the former Led Zeppelin star suggested the drummer's supergroup the Eagles are "too bored" to retire.
This has got to be the best male/female duet ever recorded. The Don Henley part is simple, finding a women who can sing like Stevie Nicks is the challenge.
A little Don Henley for the ride home? Yes I think so.
I am so happy right now. I feel like I'm on vacation and I am remembering the last b-day I spent in this house. I turned 26 that year. I saw Stevie Nicks and Don Henley. It was a good, crazy, fun filled year full of love and craziness. There's a thunder storm on the way right now. Seems perfect.
"To want what I have, to take what I'm given, with grace." One of my very favorite Don Henley songs - I am overwhelmed by the simple beauty and heartfelt ...
Ok so I said Don Henley instead of Don Felder coming to town in concert...forgive me. Perhaps it was wishful thinking? Or the countdown has gotten to me. is on the way a little after 10 ;) Sherry Farmer OnAir
So how about that list of '80's music for our DJ.Add to this: Paula Abdul "Straight Up", The Bangles, Tiffany, Don Henley, Mike and the Mechanics, Hall & Oats, Information Society, Erasure, Journey, Starship, Guns & Roses, Bon Jovi.GO!
I know that song "Boys of Summer" by Don Henley but somebody should write a song called "Horse-flies of Summer" because the horse-flies are already out and about.
Don Henley said it best."its interesting when people die" u know the rest. The gunman wasnt a person. Ud think that saving kids would be newsworthy ! Or the ridance of one more freak ! Guess not ! U GO GIRL ! SHE ACTUALLY SAVED THE PRINCIPAL AND DEPUTIES SHOT PERP. STILL AWESOME.BEEN BORED TODAY...LOOKED IT UP.
omg! I have always thought I would marry Don Henley.so far...he hasn't asked..
Favorite Don Henley song.You Don't Know Me At All. Is it just me?
People will try forever, but nobody will ever write better lyrics than Don Henley. Can't help but smile when I think about Holly. She was crazy about the Eagles. She said "Thank y'all for gettin me hooked on this crap. I'll be the only 14 year old in therapy when Don Henley dies!". I miss you Baby Girl.
Don Henley has responded to Robert Plant's comments in Rolling Stone regarding the Eagles' reasons for reuniting. In an interview with the New Zealand Herald, Henley denied that the reunion had anythi[...]
Eagles co-founder Don Henley has hit back at Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant, who last week suggested that the only reason the Eagles had reunited several years ago was out of boredom.
Eagles co-founder Don Henley hits back at Robert Plant's claims they only originally reunited out of sheer boredom:
Lisa Hardin and myself at Styx don Henley and foreigner ! Blast tonight . Thx Gail for the tickets !!!
Today in the kitchens music history- Don McLean went into the studio to record American Pie The Bee Gees released Jive Talking Stevie Nicks was born in 1948. The Eagles released the album "One of these Nights" which became their first album to reach no.1. The band embarked on an American tour with a then little known support act named "Fleetwood Mac" that lead to 3 hit singles & won the band it's 1st Grammy for "lyin eyes" In later years Don Henley & Stevie Nicks (who were a couple at the time) both embarked on solo careers, in 1982 both teaming up for the duet leather & lace . Don Henley went on to have a hugely successful solo career winning a Grammy in 1986 for "boys of Summer"
Kim and I are enjoying great tunes with Don Henley, Styx, and Foreigner
Has anyone gotten their Don Henley Appreciation Group packet? I still haven't seen mine! Kelly Lawrence can you help us out? Signed.a fan
Wow. I did not know that Don Henley was from Texas.
So. I can hear Don Felder at The Wharf down the road. Doin all Eagles songs. Quite well too! Wonder what Don Henley and Glen Frey think about that.
"Witchy Woman" from 10 feet away without having to fork over a mortgage payment. Yay fake Don Henley
The 30 Richest Drummers in the World By Tom Breihan Stereogum Q: What do you call someone who hangs out with musicians? A: A drummer! If you've spent enough time hanging out with people in bands, you've heard a million jokes like this. But as it turns out, banging on things is potentially way more lucrative than anyone could've realized. Celebrity Net Worth recently published a list of the 30 richest drummers in the world. And maybe it's not surprising that Ringo Starr could buy and sell all of us several times over, or that many of the richest drummers are people who figured out ways to stop being drummers (Dave Grohl, Phil Collins). But how in the *** is Aerosmith's Joey Kramer worth $100 million? Check out the full head-spinning list below. 1. Ringo Starr (The Beatles, $300 million) 2. Phil Collins (Solo/Genesis, $250 million) 3. Dave Grohl (Nirvana/Foo Fighters, $225 million) 4. Don Henley (The Eagles, $200 million) 5. Lars Ulrich (Metallica, $175 million) 6. Charlie Watts (The Rolling Stones, $160 m ...
Decided to take the family for a drive and took my friend Tom Casey's advice and turn on the Arch and my boy TPC takes care of me with Don Henley and the boys Let Summer commence!!!
Calling from Dallas, Don Henley apologises for being a little late, due to a Texas thunderstorm playing havoc with the phone. - New Zealand Herald
The Honduran family down the street never fails to amaze me. Everyday is an adventure! The pack of Akitas and Mini Pitts that they allow to bark incessantly 24 hours a day and run freely. The rancid 10am to 1am BBQs. The bizarre 12 hour Don Henley, Phil Collins, Leo Sayer concert series they "share" with the entire population of Rodeo. The free range toddler wrangling (2 year olds make crappy speed bumps) And finally the forest of 12 foot Saugus and dandelion shrubs decorating their yard.
I'm listening to Taking You Home by Don Henley on Pandora
Because the flesh will get weak. And the ashe's will scatter. - Don Henley
Found The Boys Of Summer by Don Henley with -> an oldie
Burton Cummings was the lead singer and chief songwriter of the Guess Who. I'm "friends" with him on FB. He talks a lot about music he's loved over the years. Today, he mentioned that he was a fan of the Stone Poneys, Linda Ronstadt's first group. Lots of people replied. Here's what I've learned so far: • The girl on the cover of one of the Stone Poney’s albums looks a lot like Linda Ronstadt. • The girl on the cover IS Linda Ronstadt. • Mike Nesbit of the Monkeys wrote the Stone Ponies’ big hit “Different Drummer.” • Michael Nesmith was much more than a Monkey. • Linda Ronstadt was much younger when she recorded her first album than she is now. • Linda Ronstadt spelled her last name many different ways: — Rondstat — Ronstad — Rondstadt — Rondsstat — Rhondstadt • Linda Ronstadt also sang “Your No Good.” • Glenn Frey and Don Henley were members of the Stone Poneys. Before they were in the Eagles, and when they were backing Linda Ronstadt, they were called “Sons Of Th ...
. If you don't think a $15 henley made of the cheapest material you can find isn't haute coture, well then sir...
Stevie Nicks and Don Henley 🎶 leather and Lace 🎼🎶🎵I love it! I feel that song deep for some reason!
5/20/95 "Eagles" singer Don Henley wed model Sharon Summerall in Malibu. "It was like...
Don the gentleman Henley wants to tell you something But I think it's about forgiveness
Could Bill Henley on NBC10 stop chuckling in every broadcast? I don't think so.
May 20th Birthdays: Joe Cocker born in 1944 2007: Rush singer & bassist Geddy Lee made an appearance on Bob and Doug McKenzie Two-Four Anniversary special which aired in Canada. A short film of Bob and Doug would be shown as an intro a song on their tour that year. 1998: Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee was sentenced to six months in jail after being found guilty of spousal abuse. 1995: After a four year courtship, Don Henley of The Eagles married model Sharon Summerall in Malibu, CA. Guests included Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen & Sting. 1993: Aerosmith filmed the video for their single “Cryin’” at the Central Congregational Church in Fall River, MA where Lizzie Borden used to worship. 1989: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers were the musical guest on the season finale of Saturday Night Live where they performed “Runnin’ Down a Dream” & “Free Fallin’”. 1971: Chicago bassist Peter Cetera had to undergo five hours of emergency surgery after he lost four teeth in a fight at a Chicago Cubs baseba ...
Hi Al, Fav summer songs, "Boys of Summer" by Don Henley and "The Summer Song" by Chad and Jeremy. Hav a great day !
I was listening to a song in a store that sounded familiar. Then I realized Don Henley was ~not~ singing about the end of the internet...
You are listening to THE BOY OF SUMMER - DON HENLEY
What a surprise. Heart FM are playing the same songs as this time last week. The Boys of Summer by Don Henley- happy with the title
I'm so sick of Australia. We have nothing good. The only successful thing here is 5sos and the Janoskians and they don't even come home ffs+
Introducing “Too Slow to Disco” – vol. 1 „The Eagles were the dream of rock and roll incarnate. Hotel California became a state of mind – the land of blue jeans and cocaine, mirror shades reflecting palmtrees, blond hair flowing from convertible cars on freeways that led to oceans. You love it and you hate it!“ (Don Henley in Barney Hoskyns’ book „Hotel California“) Ah, the mid-70s ‘Me Generation’, not so happily remembered. And in the taste-conscious music world for years now people have laughed at the L.A.-sound with its super-smooth, over-lavish, luxury-laden excesses. Chord progressions as thrusting as that bridge across the bay. Love the white blazer by the way. Neiman-Marcus, right? But “Too slow to disco – vol. 1” isn’t interested in your ageing hang-ups. As you know, once musical genres get old the best parts still shine through, and this collection is a delectable document of this forgotten phase of the mid-70s West Coast music world. We’ve unearthed some of the le ...
remember that time we met? Because I know that you don't remember me.
i could use a new Don Henley album about now. don't throw things at me. i like Don Henley.
UKACC Henley Royal Regatta Don't forget to book your tickets -
JD Souther co-wrote this song with Glenn Frey and Don Henley.
So far the highlight of my day so far was hearing 'miss Henley I think we need to have a talk about uniform don't you?' From mr maughan 👍
In the last year 30% of sales were off the market. Don't miss out by just relying on the websites
The Paul Brand LP arrived from the US. Here's a clearer picture of Mr Brand from the back cover. William Malone Bill, Camille Parsons does this look like the guy that played Artie's? Although this is an Australian record it states that it was arranged by Richard Bowden which I assume is likely to be the same guy that was a member of Shiloh with Don Henley and then became part of Linda Ronstadt's backing band? I've been in communication with Richard before so will ask him. Bill, have you found any more diaries or photos from that period? Cheers, Jason
On This Day in Music. 1941 - Harry James and his orchestra recorded "You Made Me Love You." 1942 - "I've Got A Gal in Kalamazoo" was recorded by Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. 1954 - Bill Haley and the Comets' "Rock Around the Clock" was released. It was not successful until it was released in 1955 on the soundtrack to "Blackboard Jungle." 1960 - Alan Freed, a disc jockey, was indicted for income tax evasion stemming from payola. 1967 - Jimi Hendrix signed his first American record contract with Reprise Records. Jimi Hendrix apparel and gear 1968 - Pete Townshed and Karen Astley were married. 1970 - "Let It Be," the film by The Beatles, premiered worldwide. Today in Beatles History - Beatles apparel and gear 1971 - Peter Cetera (Chicago) was beaten up by four men at a Chicago Cubs-Dodgers baseball game. The men objected to the length of Cetera's hair. Cetera underwent four hours of emergency surgery. 1977 - The stage show "Beatlemania" opened at the Winter Garden Theater, New York. Today in Beatles Histo ...
Boys Of Summer by Don Henley & Summer of '69 by Bryan Adams are todays jams
Don't you mean the new '10 draft? Everberg, Will, & Rendulic were eligible in '10. Henley and Corbett were '12 eligible.
Speaking of friends , just lost one a week or two ago, and Don Henley showed up at her funeral in Corrigan, what a wonderful gesture of a long time friend, I know the family appreciated his taking time to do that! He sang also,
The first two songs Don Henley and Glen Frey wrote together were Desperado and Tequila Sunrise. Pretty strong start.
Remember how you made me crazy, remember how I made you scream.~~Don Henley, Boys Of Summer
1995 - Don Henley of the Eagles marries Sharon Summera...
This is a semi-humorous/serious video to an excellent, funky song by Don Henley. It (hopefully) illustrates the illusory dualistic struggle in humanity, from aggressive,…
THE BOYS OF SUMMER by DON HENLEY is playing on Houston's Eagle soon!
I can listen to Fleetwood Mac, Journey, Eagles/Don Henley & The Police/Sting all day. Do you listen to Steely Dan?
i need to do an eagles/don henley playlist. no CLUE how this keeps getting back-burner'd.
they don't have peach so should I just get fanta?
Love how I don't have to talk to everyday, but she's always there for me💕
so??? You brought up my abortion. I don't feel sorry for you. You're not the victim you started all this. So if you want
The rhythm in Sades' Sweetest Taboo is still probably the most complex groove in popular music. (Well, that and the beginning of Don Henley's "Boys of Summer", of course)
Windows down. Don Henley on the radio. And I'm goin to get a snow come. Life can't be much better... Unless I was in a big truck.
Sports movies,by and large,are dumb,because Hollywood exaggerates everything and the result is a failed caricature.That is not a blanket statement,but,it happens all too frequently."Draft Day" is the most recent example.But,I enjoyed "Million Dollar Arm",the story of a desperate sports agent,JB Bernstein,who watches a cricket game from India,and decides to go to Mumbai to hold a tryout for pitching prospects.Jon Hamm shows the transformation of Bernstein in an understated,skillful way.Giving an agent heart and soul takes wonderful acting ability,and Hamm convinces me.Brenda Fenwick,who became Bernstein's wife,really understands not only what JB is,but,what he could be.Bernstein,leaving a trail of supermodels in his wake,meets a lady who understands that life isn't always about the deal,it is about relationships.Nice work from Lake Bell as Brenda,who made me think of the Don Henley line,"The queen of hearts is always your best bet."
"The Long Run" is a song written by Don Henley and Glenn Frey (with additional writing credit to Bob Seger) and recorded by the Eagles. The sound of the song is viewed as a tribute to the Stax / Memphis R&B sound. It was released as a single in November 1979. It reached on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in early 1980.
Thank you, Internet. You provided me the info necessary to keep me from falling into a potential real estate trap. I hate mowing this god-forsaken lawn almost as much as I hate Don Henley's music. Who wants to make fifteen bucks next week? The gas line in front of the house is jacked up and will take a couple of days to repair. Looks like I'll be showering at the gym at work tomorrow morning
I don't know whether to be more embarrassed that Eminem's song apologizing to his mom made me cry, or that the last song on the radio to make me do that was Don Henley's "Boys of Summer".
Somebody still has my CD--Actual Miles--Don Henley's Greatest Hits. I want it back.
Let me say...this is strictly MY opinion. It doesn't reflect on my employers or family. Let me add that any business that advertises on their pages will not be supported by me. Ever. So, I decided to do something that is not going to be popular with a lot of you out there in FB land. But, I have thought about this a lot this weekend and after much deliberation it is in my heart that this is indeed the right thing to do. I have posted my thoughts about two particular FB entities that call themselves "news reporters". In my opinion they are no more professional news reporters than my dog Remington. In my blog I made the point that if they had less followers that they would stop what they are doing. Please take time to read my blog and you will understand where I am coming from. Here it is: I HAVE A SCANNER SO I MUST BE A REPORTER….RIGHT? This is the mentality that has overtaken our society. I have watched countless instances within my own hometown (Hot Springs, AR) where self proclaimed journali ...
Often I reflect back and STUDY great lyrics and songs. For the umpteenth time I just checked out WASTED TIME [Don Henley/Glenn Frey], and the perfection of this song never ceases to move me. In my opinion, the best Eagles song.
And then at the office, I put my headphones on, turned on my computer's music player so I could concentrate on a task I was working on, and started playing some old Don Henley stuff (not Desperado)... couldn't hear it very well, so turned up the volume (you probably can tell where this is going). Then Scott came over to say how much he was enjoying the song, and then I realized that my music was piping through my laptop speakers rather than my headphones. Yep, that kind of a day.
Fan of the Week Richie Gallaher I'm an Eagles fan because of my mom (who's in the picture with me and my dad). While both of my parents were Eagles fans, and my dad kept us stocked with every album, it was my mom who listened to them every day and night...and talked about them just as much. I first saw them when I was 16...about 6 weeks before the 'Long Night at Wrong Beach', at the St. Paul Civic Center in Minnesota. My next show was the *** Freezes Over Tour, at one of the delayed shows because of Glenn's diverticulitis...in Knoxville, TN. It was there that my mom saw them live for the first time, and it was a life changing experience for every one of us (my brother was there, too). Since then I've seen them at Death Valley Stadium in Clemson, where I heard 60,000 people answer Glenn's question during 'Already Gone'. "How's it go?" I've seen them at their opening show in 2002 in Reno...after the intermission, there was another 20 minute delay because of a technical glitch...I think with the microphones ...
.Don Henley live ... 2000 The Mariachi version of Hotel CA solo.from morning concert. NOTE; DO NOT REMOVE No monetization from the video. Not selling this vd...
"The boys of summer - Don Henley" Is the second best track to come out of the 80's.
So tired, so tired, so. Wait is that don Henley The boys of summer, I'm good!
Sorting through the photos from Wroxton. Patio doors open, can of pepsi at my side and a bit of Bob Marley, Beach Boys & Don Henley to see me through. Might even get chance to top up my sunburn in a bit :)
Mr. Insomnia is bothering me again, it would be great if the Sleep Fairy would show up & kick his a$$. I need to be awake & functional in 4 hours. Time to let Don Henley's voice soothe me with some Hotel California.
Is it weird that I'm listening to Don Henley's Greatest Hits at 11:30 on a Sunday night?
" But that time I saw you,I knew with you to light my nights,Somehow I'd get by" "Stevie Nicks and Don Henley".Leather and Lace
The last worthless evening by don Henley explains exactly how I've been feeling for a month now
I love you Don Henley, but The Ataris version of Boys of Summer is so much better. JS.
Don Henley has a golden voice. So pure and true.
Don Henley covering Randy Newman's "Guilty" from the Greek show in LA a few years ago.
Here is a rundown on what we've got on store for ya up until the end of June. You've got to agree its a cracking lineup. Houghton Comrades Club Pear Tree Place Houghton Le Spring DH4 4AT Telephone: 0191 584 1123 Friday Rocks! Friday 23rd May Kimera New to us, Kimera describe themselves as 'a local rock band from the North East with over 10 years experience covering artists such as AC/DC, Alanis Morissette, Anastasia, Blink-182, Blondie, Bon Jovi, Christina Aguilera, Don Henley, Evanescence, Guns 'N' Roses, Journey, Meredith Brooks and many more...' if you can't find something in there that appeals to you, there's not much hope left for you. Fronted by singer Louise whose claim to fame is beating Gareth Gates in a talent show and the band as a whole have had rave reviews wherever they've played. £2.00 Entry Friday 30th May FM Stalwarts of the North East Rock scene for many years, FM have a huge following who come to see their hard Rock show beaten out with passion and energy.Playing classic Rock from Led ...
*** Mepham performed an excellent version of Don Henley's 'New York Minute' earlier tonight at The Clarence.
Watch the basket people walk around and mumble...Sunset Grill by Don Henley
Don Henley - Sunset Grill (Live at Farm Aid 1985) (+playlist): via My favorite song on my dog walk tonight.
if I recall correctly the super furry animals sold their tank to Don Henley of the eagles. He collects tanks
I watched a documentary today about The Eagles band. It was quite good. They were broken up in 1980 and reunited in 1994 and have been doing concerts ever since. They did ask one member to leave because he wasn't happy with the money he was being paid. The founding members Don Henley and Glen Frey had very good solo careers during the time they were broken up. I don't usually watch documentaries, but this one caught my eye because of the band and the songs I grew up with and remember so well. 6 out of 6 Boscoes!
Watching the "History of the Eagles" one of the greatest classic rock bands. Glen Frey and Don Henley rock. From "Hotel California" to "I Can't Tell You Why". How I dig rock & roll.
I just finished watching part of 'History of the Eagles'. I had always thought that Don Henley was the biggest egomaniac in that band, but it seems that trophy should go to Glenn Frey. What a *** !
Is totally enjoying her afternoon now! Is watching one of her all time favorite boy bands with Don Henley, Glenn Frey, Timothy B Schmidt and Joe Walsh eeek!
Watching "The History of the Eagles", reminds me all over again what jackasses Don Henley and Glenn Frey are. They screwed up a great band
I can't stress enough how much I hate "Sunset Grille" by Don Henley
Dear grocery store music programmers, No one needs to hear All She Wants To Do Is Dance by Don Henley ever again. Thanks. Sincerely, People with taste.
the cigarette was a great touch too. S2 features some of my favorite musical moments. Dire Straits is perfect. Don Henley is great.
Just watched the eagles documentary. Don Henley is an un-fathomable *** Glenn Fry, too. Facts.
Driving thru Palm Springs. Lots and lots of memories there. But it's like Don Henley said when he saw a deadhead sticker on a Cadillac ... Don't look back!!!
If you missed it this morning, you get another chance from 4, : Seaside Weekend Supplement: The best music from across the decades plus community news, What’s On info and chat with Johnny Lewis and Pete Barnett. New music comes from Eurovision hopeful Molly, Coldplay, Neon Jungle, Dansson and Paul Heaton plus classic tracks from UB40, 10CC, Feargal Sharkey, B52s, and Don Henley. Listen out for a special section on rock legends Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple. Reminder, Sunday 9am-10am/6pm-7pm: Seaside Special: Brass Trax 2: Pete and Johnny look at brass sections in rock, pop, soul, ska and reggae, with Earth, Wind and Fire, Curtis Mayfield, Average White Band, Groove Armada, and Dexy’s Midnight Runners.
Stoney Larue in Linden, Texas USA, hometown of Don Henley- with my loves
I told you! I love this lady. She was the heart... ♫ by Patty Smyth & Don Henley cc:
COMING UP: Don Henley, Aloe Blacc, Soft Cell, Mr. Blue Sky, Avicii, Erasure and Emile Sande - best of the Soundcheck
Oh, great, now we got an Eagles fan. Next thing you know, you're gonna say you like Don Henley's Boys of Summer
Yeah, I know there's also a song called "Talking to the Moon" by Bruno Mars. But Don Henley used it first.
Talking to the Moon - Don Henley. "I was just talkin' to the moon. Hopin' someday soon that I'd be over the memory of you."
Top 5 favorite 80s ballads, 1. Leather And Lace by Don Henley and Stevie Nicks. 2. At This Moment by Billy Vera And The Beaters. 3. Don't Know What You Got Till Its Gone by Cinderella. 4. Love Song by Tesla. And Angel by Aerosmith. By the way these are not in order. Just listing some of my personal favorites.
He is my idol. His song lyrics are a wonderland stories we like to hear. His singing voice is easy with a touch of blues. He is easy on the eyes with his shy looks and an occasional sweet smile. He is the bad boy, the good husband, the sweet Daddy, the good son. He is an all American. He is rich in many ways.He has that charisma that women can not define, but fall for. He is a poet and a troubadour. He looks a like my husband who is dead now, but was the love of my life. According to Sallinger, we all need a hero. He is mine. He works 16 hour days, he is nobodies fool, but he knows how to have fun, he gives of himself, he loves his people. He has established a generation as worthy of something good...we were peaceful, easy,loving, fun, and heartbroken. I hope he lives a long life and dies with his boots on.
Heard Don Henley's "Heart of the Matter" today. No matter the song ( and HoM is one of my favs), Henley is a summoner of summer and transportation to nostalgia.
“I don't even no why girls bother at this point like... Give it up it's ME, I win.. You loose 👏”
Forgiveness!, Even if you don't love me anymore. Don Henley (Eagles)
Somehow and I meandered from Don Henley to New Order to Dragonforce to Strung Out tonight.
Im thinking Don Henley to sing at my wedding. On my wedding day . After all, he's my DH. Isnt that right Alec?
Don't question why you're being questioned😉
No road trip is complete without an iPod loaded with the Best of Don Henley.
so your love for Don Henley won't be strong, after all the boys of summer are gone?
Isn't it crazy how you can know someone for so long&you have their face memorized. Things happen & you look at them&don…
Yes sirree... life in the fast lane bro.". Sure can make ya lose yo mind -Don Henley
I have made a cover version of "the boys of summer", I find this song from Don Henley awesome!.
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Enjoy this life. it can be quite short. don't have regrets
For those who do not know, Henley's are my fave type of shirt. They are and if you don't know what they are, then step yo' up..
Driving through Stevenage with Don Henley's Boys of Summer blaring out. Living the life.
F is for friends who don’t talk to you. . U is for Ur alone. . N is for never having any plans at all, all you do is sit …
Why do you seem to judge everyone. You don't even know them, uh thanks.
Video: recreating the original LinnDrum programming for Don Henley’s “Boys Of Summer”
Sting is an OK bass player. He's kinda like how I view Don Henley as a drummer. Competent--but that's about it
🌀If you don`t want me to cross the line, then don`t draw one.
After years of touring as a vocalist and multi-instrumentalist for many popular artists, Mark shifted his focus to working in the recording studios and publishing companies in Nashville and Los Angeles. Now with two and half decades worth of experience as an engineer, producer and session player and a catalog of great songs, he is bringing his music back to the stage. If you're a fan of great singer/songwriters in the tradition of Guy Clark, Jackson Browne, Don Henley or Lyle Lovett, you'll like Mark's tunes. His mix of Americana, Country, Rock and Blues, hits just the right notes and his star is rising rapidly among the acoustic music lovers that appreciate a finely tuned performance.
Remember the time played a Don Henley song better than Don Henley? . I do
Forever my favorite jam Don Henley - The Boys of Summer:
Don Henley has one of THEE coolest voices of all time, hands down!
Despite the rest of Don Henley's career, "Dirty Laundry" is still a pretty good song
Johnny Cash, Don't Henley, Republica.. Still to come on tonight's top 10...
Sometimes I wonder who I would even be if I didn't have Don Henley in my life
Don Henley - The boys of summer, forever gets me in an unreal mood this time of the year🍹👌😁
Out on the road today,I saw a Dead head sticker on a Cadillac. A little voice inside my head said,Don't look back,You can never look back. -Don Henley- Hm, man that's Powerful!
How am I supposed to go to sleep when my Pandora station is treating me so well? Phil Collins, Peter Cetera & Amy Grant, Van Halen Hagar era, solo Don Henley, Eric Carmen. I am such an easy-listening dork. Justin Reed, I love you for a lot of reasons but partly for putting up with me and listening to this with me. :)
Tonight’s oldie is song featuring the distinctive voices of two artists who are members of two truly great bands. Stevie Nicks and Don Henley enjoyed successful solo careers when they weren’t performing with Fleetwood Mac and The Eagles. In 1980, these two recorded a duet written by Nicks that was originally intended for Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter. Released in 1981, “Leather and Lace” became a big hit for Nicks and Henley. By early 1982 this single, which is certified gold, reached on the pop chart and on the easy listening chart.
As I am sitting here in beautiful Aberdeen, WA, I hear "End of the Innocence" Don Henley. I disagree
Your Don Henley cd came on unannounced, as usual, and it just happened to be Kyle's 30th b'day! You apparentlly knew I'd fwd. your b'day wish to him. Hadn't heard it in wks., - Such a happy sound.
"Leather and Lace" is a song performed by American singers Stevie Nicks and Don Henley. It was released in October 1981 as the second single from Nicks' 1981...
The feedback that I consistently get is that the "Team Mingo" dregs are very afraid that I will win this election and become our next Circuit Judge. Apparently, an honest and ethical Circuit Judge who will maintain a level playing field in and out of the courtroom is a concept which confuses and/or terrifies them. To borrow a lyric from Don Henley, "I saw a sign on Easy Street that said 'Be Prepared To Stop.'"
On tap for this morning's Classic Vinyl Sunday - Dan Fogelberg and Tim Weisburg's 1978 release, "Twin Sons of Different Mothers". This one goes out to my "chosen" brother, Steve Kreidler. Great album loaded with several well-known backing musicians including Don Henley on vocals, Jim Keltner on drums, Joe Lala on percussion, Willie Weeks on bass, among many others. This one's definitely a classic. Best known for the songs "Tell Me To My Face" (that you're leaving now), an amazing cover of Judy Collins' "Since You've Asked" and "The Power of Gold". Next up - a bit of a shift back into last Sunday's jazz groove with John Klemmer's 1975 release "Touch". Not sure who originally introduced me to John Klemmer (pretty sure it was Larry L. Mullins) but I’m glad they did. Klemmer is hands down one of the best saxophone players in the business, right up there with David Sanborn and others, but not well known or appreciated. When I pulled the album off the shelf, I just about passed out. I mean I knew I loved thi ...
Had a great time at Harvey's Steakhouse in Huntington Beach last night listening to our favorite So Cal band Flyer dish out flawless rock 'n roll classics, soft rock, and a few others. Loved it all but was really taken by their new (to me anyway) arrangement, tight harmonies, and singing of the Glenn Frey and Don Henley classic, Desperado--beautiful! If you're in the neighborhood, even if you aren't, you should go listen to Flyer at least once in your life. You'll start smiling at the start and never stop the whole time. They'll be back at Harvey's (corner of Springdale and Warner) on Friday, April 25th, Friday, May 16th, and Saturday, May 24th.
"The lawyers dwell on small details since 'Daddy' had to lie" - Don Henley
well I think you need to listen to Don Henley and "GET OVER IT"
Can't decide if I like Don Henley's version of The Boys Of Summer or The Ataris' cover
Don Henley - the end of innocence. .. Makes me cry Bill Fotta This was music of the good days man.. being a kid growing up listening to real music ..
I love hearing my man, Don Henley, singing Boys of Summer and knowing summer is right around the corner!
I have had a very busy day working on a song that just will not let me go. What a surprise when such inspiration comes. It is great. Only a writer would find sitting in a spot for hours thinking and singing lines over and over so much fun. It drives me crazy trying to think of strong lines sometimes, but I love it. Like Don Henley said once in an interview (paraphrased), "I strive to be the best I can be at this point as a writer. I am better than I used to be but not as good as I want to be." My best is a lot better than it used to be, but I never want to stop pushing myself to be more--the most I can be and offer a song.
Lol. Sam is so young he doesn't know leather and lace by Stevie Nicks and Don Henley
As a Texan, I don't know what a "Henley & Marlowe" is, but based on that magazine I don't want to go there.
"Peaceful Easy Taco" is my favorite Don Henley solo album.
which Chelsea don't do/ don't have it's still an athletico decision to make, just one with a price tag.
Parvo is serious...that's why I don't let Henley go in foreign soil.. And I'm still leery about taking her out for a walk.
I thought I knew what Glenn Frey looked like...then I saw a picture of him & thought MSN Entertainment got it wrong, that's Don Henley not Glenn Frey. As it turns out I've spent 25+ years thinking Don Henley was Glenn Frey and Glenn Frey was Don Henley. Mind. Officially. Blown. Maybe I should go lie down.
"""I don't care what anybody says about Ringo. I cut my rock-n-roll teeth listening to him."" Don Henley"
It's ok to listen to Don Henley as long as it's a Stevie Nicks song, right?
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