Don Henley Tickets
Donald Hugh Henley (born July 22, 1947 in Gilmer, Texas) is an
American rock musician who is the drummer and one of the lead singers and
songwriters of the band The Eagles. He has since had a successful solo career and has played a
founding role in several causes. Henley has won the Best Male Rock Vocal Performance Grammy for songs on the albums The End of the Innocence and Building the Perfect Beast.
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The first Eagles album was released in 1972 and contained the hit song "Take It Easy," as well as Henley's first hit songwriting attempt, "Witchy Woman." As the seventies progressed, Henley's raspy vocals replaced Glenn Frey's twangy tenor as the focal point of the Eagles' "sound". During The Eagles' existence Henley co-wrote (usually with Frey) most of the band's best-known songs, notably "Desperado" and "Hotel California".
Following the breakup of The Eagles, Henley embarked on a productive solo career, the most successful of any of the Eagles. His first solo release, 1982's I Can't Stand Still, was a moderate seller. The song "Dirty Laundry", a denunciation of local television news, received the most airplay. Henley and Stevie Nicks would duet on her Billboard Hot 100 #6 hit "Leather and Lace" that same year.
In concert tours Henley would play drums and sing simultaneously only on certain Eagles songs; on his solo songs he would either play electric guitar and sing or just sing. Occasionally The Eagles songs would get drastic rearrangements, such as "Hotel California" with four trombones.
Henley did the background vocals for country star Trisha Yearwood's hit "Walkaway Joe" and dueted with first Patty Smyth on "Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough".