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John David Souther popularly known as “J.D. Souther” is one of the extremely talented musician, singer, songwriter and actor of the American entertainment world. He was born on 2nd November, 1945 in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. John claimed to prominence when he co-wrote some of biggest hit songs for the music band ‘Eagles’. He wrote the hit songs like ‘Best of My Love’, ‘Headache Tonight’, ‘Victim of Love’ and ‘New Kid in Town’. David’s musical career started in the late period of 1960s when he met the musician ‘Glenn Frey’. With Frey, he formed folk duo named ‘Longbranch Pennywhistle’. In the year 1970, they released their album on Amos Records. Souther gained immense positive response for his exceptional work in the album. After gaining much needed breakthrough, he claimed to fame when he wrote some of hit songs for the popular band ‘Eagles’. He co-wrote the hit songs like ‘Victim of Love’, ’Heartache Tonight’, ‘Best of My Love’ and ‘New Kid in Town’. In the year 1979, he reached to the new height of success when the song called ‘You’re Only Lonely’ got released. The song was loved by all the music lovers. It was even peaked at Billboard Hot 100 list. His other exceptional musical work came with the hit album ‘If the World Was You’ which got released on 14th October, 2008.
Besides being a supremely talented musician, he was also blessed with some exceptional acting skills. John has appeared in several television roles. In 1989, he was highly appreciated for his spectacular performance in the television drama series ‘Thirtysomething’. John has also shown his magical acting skills in the movie titled ‘Postcards from the Edge’. His other noticeable and appreciable roles came in ‘Purgatory’, ‘Deadline’ and ‘Nashville’. John might have gathered huge amount of net worth and property from his music and acting career which is yet to be disclosed in the public and media.