Sam's Burger Joint
330 E Grayson St. • San Antonio, Texas 78215
PHONE: 210 223-2830 • tickets: 1.888.512.SHOW
HOURS: Sun 12-8pm Mon-Thu 11am-10pm Fri-Sat 11am-11pm
JD Souther
with Chris Walters
  • Price: $30.00 advance/door
  • Doors: 8:00 PM
  • Show: 8:30 PM
  • Ages: 0
  • Status: onsale
Event Summary
THIS SHOW HAS BEEN MOVED FROM FEB 8TH TO APRIL 14TH! PREVIOUSLY PURCHASED TICKETS WILL STILL BE HONORED AT THE DOOR.

SEATED SHOW BUT SEATING NOT GUARANTEED WITHOUT RESERVED BOOTH. -
In 1984, singer/songwriter JD Souther followed the chart-topping successes of "You're Only Lonely" and the James Taylor duet "Her Town Too" with HOME BY DAWN, an album that Rolling Stone declared his best, with songs that "rank right up there with his forlorn classics 'Run like a Thief' and 'Faithless Love.'"
And then, in 1985, after a brief tour in support of the album, JD Souther disappeared.
One of the principal architects of the Southern California country-rock sound, Souther famously played a key role in the formation of the Eagles and co-wrote their 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, Souther also released three critically acclaimed solo albums -- "John David Souther," (1972) "Black Rose," (1976), and "You're Only Lonely" (1979) -- and two albums as a member of The Souther Hillman Furay Band, the super group which united Souther with Poco's Richie Furay and the Byrds' Chris Hillman.
But in 1985, after countless hit records, Grammy nominations, American Music Awards, and gold and platinum albums, JD Souther decided to walk away from his solo career. According to Souther, "I just wanted to be a good songwriter. I wanted to just stay home and write."
Relocating to Nashville, Souther wrote for and with artists as diverse as India.Arie, Brooks & Dunn, Jimmy Buffet, Glen Campbell, Joe Cocker, Crosby Stills & Nash, Diamond Rio, Dixie Chicks, Don Henley, One Flew South, Roy Orbison, Bernadette Peters, Bonnie Raitt, George Strait, Brian Wilson, Trisha Yearwood, Warren Zevon, and most recently the newly re-formed Eagles, who chose Souther's protest song "How Long" as the debut single from their first studio album in twenty-eight years.