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LENT DEVOTIONAL 2015 – 40 DAYS OF CLASSIC ROCK – #34 – “Boys of Summer” – Don Henley

LENT DEVOTIONAL 2015 – 40 DAYS OF CLASSIC ROCK – #34 – “Boys of Summer” – Don Henley
by Pastor Kyle Durbin, Centenary UMC

If my summer of 2004 while a college student at the University of Maryland can be defined by one song, it was the Ataris cover of Don Henley’s classic, “Boys of Summer,” off of their 2003 album, “So Long, Astoria,” which my friends and I rarely removed from my car stereo. 199 more words

Lent

Radio XLVII, side A, track 7: "The Last Worthless Evening" by Don Henley

Oh, Don Henley, this is about the closest we ever got to a country song on my radio station.  It’s too bad, too, since it played pretty much every other genre of music.   634 more words

Music

Judge Denies Motion to Dismiss in Eagles Singer’s Suit; Use of Celebrity Name and Song Title Not Sufficiently Transformative

Author: Eleanor Atkins

A California federal judge recently denied a motion to dismiss the lawsuit filed by Eagles’ lead singer Don Henley over the use of the tagline “Don a henley and take it easy” shown below: 332 more words

Federal Cases

Classic Rock Almanac February 9, 2015

TRIVIA

Today’s Question: On February 9th, 1972, Paul McCartney’s group Wings played its first show — a surprise appearance at Nottingham University in England — which launched a series of impromptu dates around the U.K. 319 more words

Features

You Could Be Next!

Last July, “End Of The Innocence” was published — the first book in the Nathan Lane Covington trilogy.  Last month, “I Will Not Go Quietly… 477 more words

Elyse Bruce

My 1985 Charts - January

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1st January 1985

Back up to Number One for a second week for Wham! and their classic Last Christmas, while christmas songs elsewhere rise to new peaks: Gary Glitter at 6, Captain Sensible at 22, Queen at 37, Alvin Stardust at 38. 5,046 more words

Abba

The Eagles and Two Sides of a Creative Coin

Over the holidays this year I watched  a documentary on The Eagles. I have a particular fondness for documentaries on musicians and professional wrestlers of the 1970’s and 1980’s. 342 more words

Non-Fiction