1. Join Joe Walsh, Steven Tyler, Sheryl Crow, Jason Isbell, The Fray and more on the National Mall this 10/4 for an important rally and free show!

    Addiction is an American epidemic that ruins lives and families of all kinds across this country. Today, in the United States, overdoses are now the leading cause of premature death; 350 people are losing their lives daily to alcohol and drug-related deaths. It's time for the recovery community to come together and be heard in Washington so that the issue of addiction can be better understood and more effectively addressed as a matter of national policy. 

    Get event details and learn More HERE.

  2. America to Celebrate Honorees' Lifetime Artistic Achievements Sunday, December 6, 2015

    The Honors Gala will be broadcast on CBS on December 29, 2015 at 9:00p.m., ET/PT.

    The Kennedy Center announced the selection of the six Honorees who will receive the 2015 Kennedy Center Honors. Recipients to be honored at the 38th annual national celebration of the arts are: American rock band the Eagles, singer-songwriter Carole King, filmmaker George Lucas, actress and singer Rita Moreno, conductor Seiji Ozawa, and actress and Broadway star Cicely Tyson.

    "Quite simply," said Kennedy Center Chairman David M. Rubenstein, "our Honorees represent the voices, soundtracks, and stories of our personal lives and memories."

    "When I look at this year's outstanding slate of Honorees, I am struck by a powerful common theme-artists as history-makers, artists who defy both convention and category," commented Kennedy Center President Deborah F. Rutter.

    In a star-studded celebration on the Kennedy Center Opera House stage, produced by Ricky Kirshner and Glenn Weiss of White Cherry Entertainment, the 2015 Honorees will be saluted by today's leading performers from New York, Hollywood, and the arts capitals of the world. Seated with the President of the United States and Mrs. Obama, the Honorees will accept the thanks of their peers through performances and tributes.

    "We are deeply grateful to have been named a Kennedy Center honoree. The members of the Eagles hail from different regions of this great nation and we feel very fortunate that our music has been embraced by people from all walks of life, all over the world. Popular music is one of America's greatest exports – a bridge that spans geographical and cultural boundaries. We are truly humbled to have been able to be a part of this global connection. Many thanks to our fans, our fellow artists and the Kennedy Center for this recognition.”
    ~ EAGLES