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Don Henley

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Danny Kortchmar: The Standup Rocker

Interview by Dave Zimmer, Record, March 1983

"I HATE folk music, I always have," snaps Danny Kortchmar. Such a revelation is surprising, in view of the fact that Kortchmar (aka "Kootch") has ...

Don Henley

Interview by Richard Cook, New Musical Express, 23 February 1985

"No, I don't have any sensational stories to tell. And I don't have anything to say about drugs." ...

Don Henley in Conversation

Interview by Bud Scoppa, Record, 1986

YOU'RE DON HENLEY. You spent the '70s behind a drum kit as a part of the Eagles, the quintessential American band of the era. Millions ...

Drummers: Adventurers in the Skins Trade

Overview by Adam Sweeting, The Guardian, 8 March 1991

Dim, manic, noisy, and rarely women. But drummers aren't all troll-like, says Adam Sweeting ...

Don Henley: Inside Job

Review by Anthony DeCurtis, Rolling Stone, 8 June 2000

On his first two solo albums (I Can't Stand Still and Building the Perfect Beast), Don Henley made yearning his great theme. Something had disappeared ...

Don Henley

Interview by Paul Lester, The Guardian, 1 October 2015

YOU WOULD NEVER know that a member of the biggest American band in history had just entered the building. Dressed down in chequered shirt and ...

see also Eagles, The


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