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Don Henley Biography:

Born on the 22nd of July, 1947, Donald Hugh Henley, better known as Don Henley is an American rock musician, a drummer and one of the lead singers and songwriters of the famous band, Eagles. Don Henley attended North Texas State University (renamed in 1986 the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas by 1968 and 1969. Don left to spend time with his father, who was dying from heart and arterial disease.


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He transferred to Los Angeles by 1970 to be able to record an album with his early band, Shiloh. Shiloh was bankrolled by fellow Texan Kenny Rogers, then flush with cash from his band, The First Edition. After that, Don Henley met Glenn Frey through Amos Records in Los Angeles. They both became members of Linda Ronstadt's backup band, touring with her was the catalyst for forming the group in the first place. As a result, two months later they became their own act, the Eagles. All four of the original Eagles are featured in the 1970s Ronstadt album Silk Purse. Afterward, Linda also repeated one of the Eagles' songs Desperado.

Back in 1971, the Eagles were formed and released their first album in 1972, which contained the hit song Take It Easy as well as Henley's first hit songwriting attempt, Witchy Woman, co-written with guitarist Bernie Leadon. Don Henley's raspy vocals replaced Glenn Frey's smooth tenor as the focal point of the Eagles’ sound, when the 1970s progressed. By 1980, the band split up following a difficult tour and increased personal tensions resulting from the recording of The Long Run. During the bands' run, Don Henley co-wrote, usually with Frey most of the band's best-known songs, notably Desperado and Hotel California. It was on the album Hotel California that Henley wrote what many consider his masterpiece: The Last Resort. The song tells the story about the negative impact of the westward movement. Don Henley has always been a supporter for rights of the downtrodden and the Democratic Party. He sang lead vocals on many of the band's popular songs, including Desperado, The Best of My Love One of These Nights, Hotel California, The Long Run, and Get Over It.

As of 2007, Don Henley continues to tour and record with Eagles, with a new album expected to be released later in the year. Don Henley continues to create music as a professional musician. Don Henley is indeed an excellent artist and co-member of the band as well. The music is never ending for Don Henley…

Sometimes I wonder where it is love goes, I don’t know if even heaven knows
But I know you had some dreams that didn’t, quite come true
And now I’m not the one, little girl, who’s
Keeping you I was either standing in your shadow or, Blocking your light
Though I kept on trying I could not make it right
For you girl- There’s just not enough love in the world, I know people hurt you so bad
They don’t know the damage they can do, and it makes me so sad…


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