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Celebrities Help Starkey Hearing Foundation Raise $4.5 Million at Annual Gala
Earthtimes.org - USA - With the help of dozens of well-known and highly respected celebrities, including Jim Belushi, Lou Ferrigno, Glenn Frey, Goldie Hawn, Jay Leno, Kenny Loggins, Marlee Matlin, Leslie Nielsen, Mickey Rooney, Kevin Sorbo, Robert Wagner, and many others, the Starkey Hearing Foundation raised a record $4.5 million at its annual "So the World May Hear" Awards Gala, which was held on Saturday, June 23 in St. Paul, Minn.

"For the seventh year in a row we had tremendous support from our friends all over the world who helped us raise an amazing $4.5 million to further our mission of promoting hearing health
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Celebrities : Peter Alexander, Scott Carpenter, Kenny Loggins, Glenn Frey, Lou Ferrigno, Buzz Aldrin, Peter Marshall, Sam Moore, General C. Everett Koop, Jaime Thietten, Cathy Annexstad, Al Annexstad, Barbara Sinatra, William F. Austin, Jim Belushi, Robert Wagner, Arnold Palmer, Goldie Hawn, Tommy Lasorda, Jay Leno, Jane Seymour, Leslie Nielsen, Mickey Rooney, Robert Culp, Marlee Matlin, Kevin Sorbo, Norm Crosby
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Posted 6/25/2007 04:06:08 PM | Permalink
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Los Angeles Times

Review: A year after the Eagles played without the late Glenn Frey, they've come home to the Forum
Los Angeles Times
After the 2016 death of singer and guitarist Glenn Frey, with whom Henley founded the Eagles in the early 1970s, the band's surviving members drafted Frey's son Deacon and the country star Vince Gill to replace him. Deacon Frey, the son of the late ...

AZCentral.com

The Eagles honor Glenn Frey's memory in a hit-filled set while welcoming new members
AZCentral.com
When Glenn Frey died in 2016, it was hard to imagine the Eagles without him. He was so much more than just a founding member, so much more than just the guy who sang lead vocals on so many of the hits that will continue to define their legacy. To many ...

The Mercury News

Review: Are the Eagles the greatest American rock band of all time?
The Mercury News
Making their first local stop since founding member Glenn Frey died in early 2016, the Eagles opened their set by showcasing their beautiful vocal harmonies on “Seven Bridges Road” in front of the roughly 40,000 fans in attendance. And then the hits ...

LA Daily News

The Eagles celebrate their legacy with new members in the first of three Forum shows
LA Daily News
It's been 43 years since the Eagles first headlined the Forum, Don Henley announced to the house early in the first of three shows at the Inglewood arena that's long been this legendary L.A. rock band's hometown home. “Forty-three years, two months and ...

KPBS

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KPBS
Formed by Glenn Frey and Don Henley, the band wrote now-classic songs like "Hotel California," "Take It Easy," "Tequila Sunrise," "Desperado" and many more. This is the Eagles' first time in San Diego without Frey, who died in 2016. For this stadium ...

Ultimate Classic Rock

Eagles Solo Albums Ranked Worst to Best
Ultimate Classic Rock
Don Henley and Glenn Frey got off to relatively quick starts, though Frey's music career cooled faster as he began focusing on other career goals. Joe Walsh arrived with a solo resume of his own, having had hits with Barnstorm and, to a lesser degree ...

Taste of Country

Vince Gill Talks About His Future With the Eagles
Taste of Country
Gill — a truly generous cross-genre star who names the legendary rock band as amongst his greatest influences — signed on for a pair of July 2017 reunion shows and has since called being asked to fill in for the late Glenn Frey bittersweet. The two ...

Corrections and clarifications
Chicago Tribune
A photo caption on Page 2 of the Aug. 21 Arts & Entertainment section misidentified an Eagles guitarist as Glenn Frey. It was Don Felder. The Tribune regrets the error. Officer Van Dyke speaks out for the first time since shooting Laquan McDonald 16 ...

USA TODAY

Bob Seger announces final tour dates; he's retiring from the road after 56 years
USA TODAY
Bob Seger's concert career has taken him from high-school gyms and remote Midwest bars to the country's biggest arenas. Now, after 56 years of live performing, the iconic Detroit rock singer is taking his final bow. Seger has announced his last tour ...
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