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Carter Alan's Rock 'n' Roll Diary: April 20 in Classic Rock History

On this day in 1972, the Eagles began recording their debut album in London. The album would become a smash and spawn three Top 40 singles; which ones? 195 more words

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Beyond Funny: Read and watch to believe

Attention liberals, if it weren’t for fiscal conservatives you would all starve to death.

Think about it !

It’s an absolute fact, yet you are too ignorant to get it.  190 more words

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Don Henley's Country Album Coming Late Summer or Fall

I can’t wait for this. Our fellow Texan is a little bit country. Actually, a lot… and get a load of the special guests!

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Clothing Company Apologizes To Don Henley For Invoking His Name To Sell Shirts

Don Henley will not take it easy when there’s a product being sold that references both his name and career with The Eagles, and now everyone knows: After filing a lawsuit against a Wisconsin clothing company that emailed an ad telling customers to “don a henley and take it easy” last October, the two sides have settled the case, with the company issuing an apology to both Henley and his fans for trying to be too clever. 406 more words

Pun-Hating Don Henley Sued Clothing Company Over 'Don a Henley' Shirt Ad

By Philip Cosores

A lawsuit dating back to last fall between The Eagles‘ drumming frontman Don Henley and Duluth Trading Co. has been settled, with the clothing manufacturer making a donation to Walden Wood Project, Henley’s charity devoted to preserving the works of Henry David Thoreau, as well as issuing a public apology. 98 more words

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Pun-Hating Don Henley Sued Clothing Company Over 'Don a Henley' Shirt Ad

By Philip Cosores

A lawsuit dating back to last fall between The Eagles‘ drumming frontman Don Henley and Duluth Trading Co. has been settled, with the clothing manufacturer making a donation to Walden Wood Project, Henley’s charity devoted to preserving the works of Henry David Thoreau, as well as issuing a public apology. 98 more words

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