The Eagles

  • The Eagles’ Don Felder Talks ‘Hotel California’ Tour Ahead Of Ridgefield Stop

    RIDGEFIELD — Don Felder may not be the first member of The Eagles you think of as you’re humming, or playing air guitar, to “Hotel California,” one of the defining classic rock songs of all time.

    But Felder’s influence is as much a part of the history of the Eagles, as it is in numerous other collaborations with iconic pop and rock stars from Kenny Loggins, Stevie Nicks and Sarah McLachlan to historical musical figures like Barbra Streisand, The Bee Gees, Diana Ross and Michael Jackson.

  • Summer Concert Wrap-Up: From ‘Woodstock’ To Toad’s Place, Veteran Acts Proved They Were Built To Last

    Detroit rocker Ted Nugent was one of many veteran acts that lit up area concert stages this summer. The ‘Nuge’ brought his earsplitting, high energy presence to Toad’s Place August 6, along with some controversy that inspired an attempted boycott of the show by demonstrators who took offense to earlier comments he made about the Trayvon Martin case. 

  • NHS Grad Fundraising While Protecting Her Former Hometown

    NEW YORK CITY — Beth Bogdan, the senior director of artistic relations for Republic Records, usually spends her days handling itineraries, calendars, and travel issues for “a certain number of artists on the label,” she said earlier this week.