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Don Henley

Don Henley demonstrated his talents as a singer, drummer and songwriter being one of the most important members of the supergroup Eagles. He contributed to the success of the band through its most successful period. Following the disintegration of the Eagles, he did not accept to give up and in 1982 he launched the smash hit ‘Dirty Laundry’ that brought him back in the limelight. Two years later he was back with 'Building the Perfect Beast', releasing also hits like ‘Boys Of Summer’. In 1989 was time for 'The End of the Innocence', an album in which he wrapped rock’n’roll pieces with ballads flavours and the result were new hits. Henley exposed his songs of the best quality of rock 'n' roll edge and added a lot of of candlelit sentimentality to the sad divorce ballads, with a positive result: hits after hits launched on the music water. During the 1990s, his guitar Henley remained quiet as he dedicated his time to significant environmental projects. He returned to the studio in 2000, releasing 'Inside Job' and two years after the collection of live recordings A live set, 'One of These Nights'.