“What a voice that girl has, coming out of such a small person.”
He’s promoting his new solo album, “Cass County.”
The album’s guest list includes Miranda Lambert, Merle Haggard, Dolly Parton, Martina McBride and Mick Jagger.
“Don a henley and take it easy” was no laughing matter to The Eagles singer.
Nicks also discusses the time a doctor told her that just one more line of cocaine would likely end her life.
“You don’t go into a museum and paint a mustache on somebody else’s painting,” Henley said. Nobody would think of doing that.”
The Recording Academy is “proud to honor Lady Antebellum for their artistry and inventiveness in the country arena as well as their philanthropic efforts to make a difference for disadvantaged children here and abroad.”
“I really love ‘The End of the Innocence’ sincerely, and it’s a real dick move, man,” Okkervil River’s Will Sheff said of Don Henley’s request for him to take down his cover of the song.
Some of Browne’s peers (Bruce Springsteen, Bonnie Raitt and Don Henley) contribute to the album, as do “younger” artists (Ben Harper, the Indigo Girls, Joan Osborne, Sara Watkins of Nickel Creek).
The Forum is back after a $100 million renovation (complete with the world’s largest vinyl record on the roof), the arena debuting it’s bold new look with a six-stand stand from the Eagles.
See photos and a full recap of the Rock Hall Induction Ceremony, and read what Tom Morello, Geddy Lee, Jerry Cantrell and more told us about the night.
Randy Newman sitting by himself at a piano, kicked off the night by singing the first few verses of his hit “I Love L.A.” An appropriate choice, since the ceremony was being held in Los Angeles for the first time in twenty years.
The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony has just added a lot of star power to its lineup, with Usher, Spike Lee, Carole King, John Fogerty, Jackson Browne and more just added to the program.
The “Sound City” soundtrack features a Stevie Nicks/Dave Grohl collaboration, “You Can’t Fix This,” which has added a new classic to Nicks’ already incredible discography. Watching her work on the song with Grohl in the film “Sound City” reminded us of the fact that, while she may be referred to as a diva, she’s an incredibly empathetic and generous collaborator. Here’s some of her best musical partnerships.
Over the weekend, Showtime premiered History Of The Eagles: The Story Of An American Band. The three hour doc aired in two parts: part one covered the band’s history through their 1980 breakup, and part […]
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced the initial round of performers and presenters set to honor 2013’s inductees, according to an official press release. Don Henley (Rock Hall class of ’98) will […]