Time For Some Christmas Music Magic! There is nothing better than holiday music – everyone from Paul McCartney to his long-time writing partner John Lennon has written hit holiday singles: McCartney’s “Wonderful Christmastime” Money Maker! Paul McCartney’s ode to the… Read More ›
The history of the Eagles
The Eagles Over The Years! These three shots show the various stages of the band’s career – of course we know about some members leaving, new members joining, but what we always have is the music, and I have posted… Read More ›
The Eagles Debut Album! “Take It Easy!” 3 Things You Didn’t Know About Winslow, Arizona! Glenn Frey Statue Now As Well!
First, the debut album… “There it was, the sound. Extraordinary blend of voices, wonderful harmony sound, just stunning.” Yes, when listeners heard this band’s first album, with those gorgeous harmonies, a new sound in country rock music was created! “Take… Read More ›
The Eagles #MeToo Anthem – From 1979! “For Years I’ve Seen ‘Em Come And Go He Says, ‘I’ve Had ‘Em All, Ya Know” These are lyrics from an Eagles song. I’m a big fan of the band, and listen to… Read More ›
Glenn Frey “Above The Clouds!” His Greatest Solo Hits! His Longbranch/Pennywhistle Album! A Live DVD Concert Performance Too!
Glenn Frey – “Above The Clouds!” Eagles fans are rejoicing! The late Eagles singer – and successful solo Artist Glenn Frey, is getting a terrific retrospective CD / DVD release! Ultimateclassicrock.com had the best story – as always – about… Read More ›
#MusicMonday! Seven Incredible Concerts I Saw! Led Zeppelin! Paul McCartney! Stevie Wonder! Todd Rundgren! The Eagles! Tears For Fears! The Clash!
Are You Ready To Rock? I’m taking part in a “Music Monday” event, thanks to Phil Taylor, who has a great website called “The Phil Factor”. You can see his blog here: https://thephilfactor.com I am sharing seven incredible concerts that… Read More ›
Welcome To The “Hotel California!” It’s now a bit of a running gag between me and my wife: every time we drive by The Beverly Hills Hotel, we take a picture – and why not? It’s iconic for many reasons,… Read More ›