Bernie Leadon Talks “Witchy Woman” & Working With Dillard and Clark

Interview #7- Bernie Leadon Talks “Witchy Woman” & Working With Dillard and Clark August 16, 2019 – Bernie Leadon has been in many important outfits. Including Dillard and Clark featuring by Gene Clark from the Byrds and banjo great Doug Dillard. Then there was his stint with the Flying Burrito […]

Bernie Leadon Talks “Desperado” -The Gamble of the Eagles Concept Album

Interview Clip #6- Bernie Leadon Look back at The Eagles Concept Album “Desperado” August 9, 2019 – The album certainly didn’t chart as well as the debut. It peaked at #41 while the debut peaked at #22. Meanwhile their last four albums, “One of These Nights,” “Hotel California,””The Long Run,” […]

Bernie Leadon Talks Those Famous Eagles Harmonies & Props To Henley & Meisner

Interview Clip #5- Bernie Leadon Talks Those Famous Eagles Harmonies & Props To Henley & Meisner August 2, 2019 – When you got it flaunt it – use it. The Eagles certainly knew that vocal stack was magic right from the start. This is the shortest clip we have in […]

How “I Wish You Peace” Created a Divide In The Eagles – “One of These Nights” Stories

Interview Clip #4- How “I Wish You Peace” Created a Divide In The Eagles – “One of These Nights” Stories July 2, 2019 – My two favorite Eagles albums are “Hotel California” and “One Of These Nights” I keep changing my mind on which album effected me more. One of […]

interview: Why Bernie Leadon Is Not In the Current Version Of The Eagles?

Interview Clip #2- Was Bernie Leadon Invited Back Into The Eagles After Glenn Frey’s Death? July 12, 2019 – When I told some of the followers of this channel that I would be interviewing Bernie Leadon the biggest suggested question was why isn’t he on stage with them now? He […]

Bernie Leadon Interview: Many Signs That The Eagles Were Destined for Greatness

Clip #1 of 20- The Many Signs That The Eagles Were Destined for Greatness July 5, 2019 – Bernie Leadon left the Eagles after four albums. Those four albums made up the biggest selling album in U.S. History – “Their Greatest Hits (1971-1975).” Sure their greatest album is considered “Hotel […]