John David Souther is the self-titled debut album American singer-songwriter . Souther, released in 1972. The song "How Long" was recorded in 2007 by the Eagles on their album Long Road Out of Eden, from which it was released as a single. It was a Grammy award winner for them under the "Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal" category. Run Like a Thief" was covered by Bonnie Raitt on her album Home Plate.
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Souther's on-again/off-again collaborations with fellow Detroit, MI native Glenn Frey began when the pair formed a folk duo called the Longbranch Pennywhistle. For Souther's 1972 debut, the singer/songwriter enlists the aid of not only his one-time partner Frey, but also a few other notable names consisting of Ned Doheny (guitar), Gib Guilbeau (fiddle), former Things to Come member Bryan Garofalo (bass), and soon-to-be-session musician extraordinaire Gary Mallaber (drums).
John David Souther is the self-titled debut album by American singer-songwriter . Souther, released in 1972 (see 1972 in music). Souther joined with Chris Hillman and Richie Furay to form the y Band after the release of his solo debut. They recorded two albums before Souther returned to his solo career.
John David Souther (born November 2, 1945) is an American singer and songwriter. He has written and co-written songs recorded by Linda Ronstadt and the Eagles. Souther was born in Detroit, Michigan, and raised in Amarillo, Texas. As a musician and songwriter, he was greatly influenced in his formative years by fellow Texan and rock and roll icon Roy Orbison.
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