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Donald Hugh "Don" Henley (born July 22, 1947, in Gilmer, Texas) is an American singer,
songwriter and drummer, best known as a founding member of the Eagles
before launching a successful solo career. Henley was the drummer and
lead vocalist for the Eagles from 1971â€“1980, when the band broke up.
Henley sings lead vocals on Eagles hits such as "Witchy Woman",
"Desperado", "Best of My Love", "One of These Nights", "Hotel California",
"Life in the Fast Lane", and "The Long Run".
He and Glenn Frey formed one of the most successful songwriting partnerships in music history.
After the Eagles broke up in 1980, Henley pursued a solo career and released his debut album in 1982.
He has released four studio albums, two compilation albums, and one live DVD. His solo hits include "Dirty Laundry",
"The Boys of Summer", "All She Wants to Do Is Dance", "The Heart of the Matter", "The Last Worthless Evening",
"Sunset Grill", "Not Enough Love in the World", "New York Minute" and "The End of the Innocence".
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