2013 is shaping up to be a big year for the Eagles. In addition the full-fledged tour the band is preparing for, both Joe Walsh and Don Henley will things of their own on the side burners. Walsh, who released his first solo record in nearly two decades last year, plans on doing solo dates and reuniting with his pre-Eagles band the James Gang for some gigs and possibly to record some new material. Henley is wrapping up a long-term solo project he has been working on with help from Stan Lynch of Tom Petty's Heartbreakers. Named for the Texas county the drummer grew up in, Cass County will draw its titles from 18 songs that Henley and Lynch have worked on, according to an interview Henley recently did with WMGK-FM in Philadelphia. he also revealed that he is working on an autobiography in which he hopes to, '...tell the truth and not get too salacious, or prurient or tacky'.
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