Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Guitarist Don “Fingers” Felder Releases New Album
The Legendary Rocker brings all-star cast Slash, Peter Frampton, Mick Fleetwood and more to “American Rock ’N’ Roll"
From the LifeMinute.TV Team
May 24, 2019
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer/guitarist Don "Fingers" Felder has been a force in the Rock world since the early 1970's. Starting his career in his native Florida, he worked as an in-demand session player early on, crossing paths with the likes of Stephen Stills, Tom Petty and Duane Allman.
It was Allman who taught Felder to play the slide guitar which led to him being asked to join The Eagles in 1974. As a member of The Eagles he famously contributed to many of their most famous songs, including, "One of These Nights," "Victim Of Love," and one of the bands' signature tunes, "Hotel California."
His newest solo album, "American Rock ’N' Roll", was released last month on BMG Records to shining reviews. He plays with a veritable who's who in classic and modern rock, including Slash, Mick Fleetwood, Chad Smith, Sammy Hagar, Peter Frampton, Bob Weir and many more.
He is currently out on the road in support of this new record, visit donfelder.com to see when he'll be coming to a town near you.