10 Things You Need To Know About
Don Felder (The Eagles)
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Don Felder was born on 21 September, 1947, in Florida, U.S. His real name is Donald William Felder.
He became interested in music after seeing a live performance of Elvis Presley on The Ed Sullivan Show.
Don Felder got his 1st guitar at the age of 10. His first band was the Continentals," which he started at 13.
He didn't receive any formal guitar lessons and learned to play the guitar by ear at a young age.
Don Felder joined the eagles as a lead guitarist in 1974 & was fired from the band in 2001.
He released his first solo album "Airborne", in 1983 under Radical Studios.
So far, Don Henley has released only three solo studio albums. His last album was "American Rock 'n' Roll (2019)."
In 1998, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the rock band the Eagles.
Before the Eagles, Felder was a member of bands like Flow, the Continentals, & the Maundy Quintet.
In 2007, he also published his autobiography, "Heaven and Hell: My Life in the Eagles (1974–2001)."
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