You Told Us: Your Reactions To The Grammy Nominations

Readers share their feelings on who was honored, who was snubbed.

Eminem, Avril Lavigne, Nelly, Norah Jones Nab Most Grammy Noms

Bruce Springsteen, Ashanti, Raphael Saadiq, Sheryl Crow also lead pack with five nominations each.

Sheryl Crow, Don Henley, Sting To Honor Late Billboard Editor

Timothy White died of heart attack in June at age 50.

For The Record: Quick News On Ja Rule, Gorillaz, Naughty By Nature, Mike Tyson & More

Beck, Deftones, Others Rally For Bill That Could Change Recording Contracts

Tom Morello, Dexter Holland, Don Henley, Sheryl Crow also on hand at California's State Capitol.

Stevie Nicks, Don Henley, Lenny Kravitz On New Sheryl Crow LP

Still-untitled follow-up to The Globe Sessions due in late March.

Knock, Knock ... Who's There? Courtney Love And A Dixie Chick

Artists going door to door, drumming up support for bill that would free artists from long-term contracts.

Courtney Love, Don Henley, LeAnn Rimes Testify On Artists' Rights

Singers tell California senators that music business should be governed by seven-year statute.

Love, Henley Testimony Could Lead To New Contract Laws

State senator using hearings to decide whether to pursue closing music industry's loophole.

Record Industry Scrutinized By California, Federal Officials

Recording contracts to be subject of hearings.

Don Henley's RIAA Alternative Gaining Steam

Recording Artists Coalition hires director, plans offices, absorbs artists' rights group.

Morissette, Henley Tell Senate To Remember Needs Of Artists

Don't focus only on major labels' interests when considering legislation, they say.

Alanis To Testify At U.S. Senate Hearing

The singer/songwriter is slated to give the U.S. Senate a jagged little piece of her mind as a witness during Tuesday's hearing on digital music issues, according to a source close to the proceedings. Don Henley will also testify.

Henley, Petty, Love Urge Artists To Fight The Labels' Power

Those stars hope other artists will band together to secure what Henley called 'fair compensation for our creative work.'

This Week's Feature: Talking With Don Henley

The singer/songwriter waxes philosophical about music, the environment and family.

Don Henley Launches First Solo Tour In A Decade

Former Eagles singer/drummer plays to baby boomer-heavy crowd.

Don Henley Celebrates Marriage, Fatherhood On Inside Job

Eagles singer/drummer lambastes corporate greed but revels in contented personal life on first solo album in 11 years.

Don Henley To Tour Behind First LP In Decade

Former Eagles singer/drummer will release Inside Job on May 23.

Beatles, Hendrix, Eagles Selected For Grammy Hall

Phish, The Eagles, Billy Joel Among Top Grossing New Year's Shows

Best Of '99: Don Henley Readies First New Solo LP In 10 Years

Eagles singer/songwriter's follow-up to 1989 album, The End of the Innocence, due in winter.

Hootie, Babyface, Eagles In Swing For Tiger Woods Benefit

Björk Joins Walden Benefit As Eagles Lawsuit Looms

Stefani, Crow, Cole, Nicks To Come Out For Walden Woods