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Eagles' Joe Walsh Sets Date for First Solo Album in 20 Years

Eagles' Joe Walsh Sets Date for First Solo Album in 20 Years

Joe Walsh,  singer-songwriter-guitarist and Eagles member, announced the June 5 release of "Analog Man", his first solo record in 20 years. The 10-track Fantasy/Concord album was produced by Walsh and Jeff Lynne. Nashville-based Tommy Lee James, who penned hits for taylor Swift and Reba McEntire, co-wrote some of the songs and Waslh's brother-in-law Ringo Starr plays on the record.
Tom Petty Plays Radio Benefit, Pays Tribute To Fired KLOS DJ Jim Ladd

Tom Petty Plays Radio Benefit, Pays Tribute To Fired KLOS DJ Jim Ladd

Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers played a benefit for KCSN, Cal State Northridge’s public radio outlet. During the rather atypical set filled with deep album cuts, Petty addressed the big story on Los Angeles airwaves last week: The sacking of his friend and the inspiration for "The Last DJ," Jim Ladd from Cumulus-owned KLOS.
Surf-rock Pioneer Richard Delvy Dies At 67

Surf-rock Pioneer Richard Delvy Dies At 67

Richard Delvy, a pioneering surf-rock drummer, composer, arranger, publisher and producer, died February 6 at West Hills Hospital in California after a long illness.
Singer Al Martino Dies At 82

Singer Al Martino Dies At 82

Martino, a crooner who had several pop hits spanning more than 20 years and played Johnny Fontane in the 1970s "Godfather" movies, died Tuesday at his childhood home in Springfield, Pa.

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