Three men, including a curator for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, have been indicted for allegedly trying to sell stolen handwritten lyrics by Eagles leader Don Henley valued at over $1 million. According to court documents, nearly 100 pages of Henley’s notes, including lyrics to “Hotel California” and “Life in the Fast Lane,” were stolen in the late 1970s by an author hired to write a biography of the band. These guys are accused of conspiring to sell Henley’s pages through auction houses, even though they knew the items were stolen. If convicted they could get up to four years in prison. Read more HERE.
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