Don Felder of the Eagles Interview
Don Felder was a member of the Eagles from 1974 until 2001 and wrote ‘Hotel California’, arguably their biggest song. Known as ‘Fingers’ by the rest of the eagles due to his exceptional guitar playing ability, he has recently released a new solo album ‘American Rock ‘n’ Roll’. He told Tom why Hotel California had to be recorded three times, how he created his now-famous double-neck guitar, and why it has never been about the fame or the money for him.
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