DON FELDER is renowned as the former lead guitarist of THE EAGLES, one of the most popular and influential rock groups of our time. A member of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame since 1998, FELDER served as a key member of THE EAGLES for 27 years, putting his mark on numerous Eagles milestones. He originated and co-wrote THE EAGLES biggest hit the iconic, Grammy-studded smash ''Hotel California'' along with fan favorites like ''Victim of Love'' and ''Those Shoes.'' DON became immediately celebrated for his lyrical, signature guitar work on legendary songs like ''Life in the Fast Lane,'' ''One of These Nights,'' ''New Kid In Town,'' and numerous more. After leaving that group in 2001, FELDER also became a New York Times bestselling author when his riveting confessional memoir Heaven and Hell: My Life in The Eagles proved a major commercial triumph upon publication in 2008. Growing up in the Gainesville, FL local music scene, DON FELDER soon went on to Los Angeles, where he found himself working both with THE EAGLES and in both sessions and live performances for numerous music legends spanning the musical spectrum: The Bee Gees, Bob Seger, Michael Jackson, Alice Cooper, Kenny Loggins, David Crosby, Graham Nash, Boz Scaggs, Warren Zevon, Joni Mitchell, Stevie Nicks, Vince Gill, Stevie Wonder, Elton John, Paul Simon, Diana Ross, Barbra Streisand and even an old friend, Steven Stills. Putting all the tumult and glory he'd experienced to that point into perspective gave new urgency to the creation of Road to Forever only FELDER's second solo effort in a storied, four-decade-plus sojourn through rock history. Road to Forever represents the culmination of a personal journey of introspection that FELDER began over ten years ago. In 2001, he suffered an emotionally-devastating double blow separating acrimoniously from THE EAGLES for the last time while facing the end of his first marriage. ''Every identity I'd been attached to musician, husband, and father was being taken away,'' he says. To heal, FELDER began writing down as many memories as he could, putting his past in perspective. That introspection inspired him to ''write out the stories of my life as songs. After I collected myself, I found I needed to go out and play music again, and that's how I began recording Road to Forever.'' ''Who would ever thought that a guitar player from Gainesville would go on to be in THE EAGLES, and then become a best-selling author?'' FELDER continues. ''I had to figure all that out for myself, and I'm glad that I did. In the process of making Road to Forever, I found out who I really am I had to find out what happened when I almost lost it all.''