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"Souther's musical history is improbably rich..." -San Diego Union Tribune
"Souther proves his work holds up as well as Dylan's, or Simon's or Lennon and McCartney's" -JazzTimes
"You just wish you could be JD Souther" -The Lefsetz Letter
One of the principal architects of the Southern California sound, Mr. Souther played a key role in the formation of the Eagles and cowrote the band's hits "Heartache Tonight," "Victim of Love," "New Kid in Town," and "Best of My Love," as well as writing Linda Ronstadt's classics "Faithless Love," "Simple Man, Simple Dream," and "Prisoner in Disguise." A highly sought-after songwriter and session man JD has written for and with artists as diverse as India Arie, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Dixie Chicks, Don Henley, Roy Orbison, Bonnie Raitt, Lynn Anderson, George Strait, Brian Wilson, and Warren Zevon to name a few...