Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Don Felder was the lyrical, edgy, unmistakable lead guitarist of The Eagles for 27 years. The Florida native originated and co-wrote Eagles faves like “Victim of Love,” “Those Shoes," and the band’s biggest hit, “Hotel California” - his dual lead with Joe Walsh forever seared into the collective consciousness.
The guitarist's signature work is all over the band's catalog, including "Already Gone," “Life in the Fast Lane” and “One of These Nights,” and "New Kid In Town."
Felder's outstanding new solo album, his second ever and first in 30 years, ROAD TO FOREVER features punchy, guitar-driven original tracks that reflect on life, love's gains and losses, and redemption, anchored in the classic L.A.-rock sound he helped originate.
The album was conceived during a long period of introspection that also resulted in his 2008 best-selling autobiography HEAVEN AND HELL: MY LIFE IN THE EAGLES (1974-2001).