Shot of the Eagles at the American Airlines Center on March 1, 2020. Photo by Renee Umsted.

It’s been years since Glenn Frey died, and even longer since “Hotel California,” one of the Eagles’ best-known hits and albums, was released. But Preston Hollow neighbor Don Henley just can’t stay out of the spotlight.

Though Henley seems to maintain a lower profile than other celebrity neighbors (hi there, Mark Cuban and Tiffany Moon), his legacy as a founding member of one of America’s most legendary bands keeps him relevant to music, culture and even politics and legislation.

The most recent manifestation of Henley’s omnipresence came in the form of a magazine. He’s pictured, along with Frey and other original members Randy Meisner and Bernie Leadon, on the cover of Life’s special anniversary issue, which was published Aug. 6.

The issue is called “Eagles: Their Story. Their Music. Their Lives.” It’s available online and in newsstands.

To get a sneak peek of the photos and content, click here.


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