Archive for the ‘Don Henley’ Category

By Hans Ebert One of the toughest decisions to be made while still on this earth is to sever all relationships with what once was a tight family unit. But, if after decades of making amends, making up, breaking up and hitting the same old bricks in the walls, it’s time to sing Vaya Con [...]

Funny thing about what is termed “Country Music”and how, if launching their careers today, the Eagles, my man Don Henley, perhaps even some of McCartney’s songs, James Taylor, Jackson Browne, Credence Clearwater Revival and other music by those who were once known as singer-songwriters would be labeled “Country.” Lady Antebellum is Country or Pop or [...]


Posted: 29th December 2010 by We-Enhance in Don Henley
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I was listening to “Leather and Lace” the other day and asked a musician friend why they don’t write songs like this anymore and how come no one sings with the soul of Don Henley. Stevie Nicks, I can take or leave her vibrato and twitchy, witchy dancing , but when Henley comes in that [...]