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Alison Krauss, Eagles to Receive Berklee College of Music Honorary Degrees
Alison Krauss, Eagles to Receive Berklee College of Music Honorary Degrees
Singer-musician-producer Alison Krauss and rock-country supergroup Eagles are the latest musicians who will have honorary doctor of music degrees bestowed upon them by Boston's prestigious Berklee College of Music. Music Row reports that the college, which will also honor Ethiopian musician Mulatu Astatke, will present each of the honorees with a degree at the May 12 commencement ceremony at B
Love and Theft Plan Ahead for New Music, New Record Deal
Love and Theft Plan Ahead for New Music, New Record Deal
When Love and Theft's deal with Lyric Street Records ended, thanks to the closing of the Disney-owned label back in April, the band picked up the pieces and decided to put the future of their career in their own hands. In between weddings for band members Eric Gunderson and Brian Bandas, the band has been focusing on their songwriting, while keeping their eye on signing to a new label and releasin
Gone Country: Eagles
Gone Country: Eagles
Instead of saying the Eagles "went country," it 's more like country "went Eagles." By the early '90s, country singers may have paid lip service to George Jones and Merle Haggard but more often sounded like they'd grown up listening to the California group; bands like Restless Heart would have been unimaginable without them...
Don Henley Talks Dixie Chicks and Double Standards
Don Henley Talks Dixie Chicks and Double Standards
The Eagles continued their successful migration into the country world this past weekend, headlining day-one of the second annual Stagecoach Festival. While classic Eagles fare such as 'Tequila Sunrise' and especially 'Desperado' have always been somewhat rooted in country, Don Henley tells The Boot the group's acceptance into the Nashville world "is a whole new universe for us...
Country’s Best Country Drinking Songs, No. 23: The Eagles ‘Tequila Sunrise’
Country’s Best Country Drinking Songs, No. 23: The Eagles ‘Tequila Sunrise’
Cheers-worthy lines: "Take another shot of courage / Wonder why the right words never come / You just get numb." The Eagles' "Tequila Sunrise" isn't about tequila, orange juice and grenadine--but it goes down just as smoothly. The 1973 hit, written by Don Henley and Glenn Frey, was the first single from the band's sophomore offering, Desperado--and it was released just as the s