Dan Fogelberg is saluted on the new all-star album titled A Tribute to Dan Fogelberg, which is in stores now. It features artists from a number of genres putting their own stamp on the late singer/songwriter’s biggest hits, as well as some lesser-known favorites.
The album includes features The Eagles taking on “Part of the Plan,” Michael McDonald‘s interpretation of “Better Change,” “Hard to Say” by Boz Scaggs, “Run for the Roses” by The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and ex-Buffalo Springfield/Poco singer Richie Furay, and Train‘s performance of “Same Old Lang Syne.” Other artists featured on the disc include Jimmy Buffett, Garth Brooks, the late Dobie Gray and the late Donna Summer.
This past August, Dan Fogelberg was posthumously inducted into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame, along with Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh and others. During the induction event, many of the artists on the album performed, including Brooks, Vince Gill and Amy Grant. The concert will air in the spring of 2018 on AXS TV.
Fogelberg died of prostate cancer in 2007.
Here’s the full A Tribute to Dan Fogelberg track list:
“Phoenix” — Garth Brooks
“Nether Lands” — Donna Summer
“Better Change” — Michael McDonald
“Longer” — Amy Grant/Vince Gill
“Same Old Lang Syne” — Train
“Don’t Lose Heart” — Dobie Gray
“Old Tennessee” — Fool’s Gold/Denny Henson and Tom Kelly
“As the Raven Flies” — Casey James
“Sutters Mill” — Randy Owen
“Run for the Roses” — The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band with Richie Furay
“Hard to Say” — Boz Scaggs
“Part of the Plan” — The Eagles
“There’s a Place in the World for a Gambler” — Jimmy Buffett
“Leader of the Band” — Zac Brown Band
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Source: Classic Rock News