Today’s Question: Former Eagles guitarist Don Felder celebrates his 69th birthday today (September 21st).
It’s well known that bassist Timothy B. Schmit replaced Randy Meisner in two bands, the Eagles and Poco. Which well-known L.A. guitarist did Felder replace twice before he joined the Eagles, taking his spot backing Crosby-Nash and singer-songwriter David Blue?
a) Waddy Wachtel
b) David Lindley
c) Danny Kortchmar
d) Steve Lukather
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2006-Bad Company bassist Boz Burrell dies of a heart attack at his home in Spain. He was 60.
2005-Jimmy Page is named an honorary citizen of Rio de Janeiro for his charitable work with Brazil’s poor and abandoned children through A-B-C Trust, a charity founded in 1998 by his wife.
2004-Elvis Costello releases The Delivery Man; John Fogerty puts out Deja Vu All Over Again.
2001-America: A Tribute to Heroes, a star-studded telethon for families impacted by the September 11th terrorist attacks, airs on numerous outlets from studios in New York and Los Angeles. Performers include U2, Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel, Tom Petty, Neil Young and Paul Simon.
1985-Dire Straits‘ “Money for Nothing” hits number-one on the Billboard pop chart.
1984-David Bowie releases the Tonight album.
1974-Bachman-Turner Overdrive releases “You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet” as a single.
1968-Jimi Hendrix releases his version of Bob Dylan‘s “All Along the Watchtower.”
1966-Jimi Hendrix and his manager, Chas Chandler, arrive in London from New York, where Chandler had discovered Hendrix playing in Greenwich Village clubs. Chandler convinces Hendrix that Britain will be more receptive to his style. During the flight, Hendrix decides to change the spelling of his first name from Jimmy to Jimi.
“Philthy Animal” Taylor (Phil Taylor) – Died in 2015
The drummer, who did two long stints in Motorhead and also played in Waysted, died after a lengthy illness on November 11th, 2015. He was 61. Born in 1954.
b) David Lindley