December 25, 2019
Dan loved to cook.
Here are some of his favorite recipes, as he wrote them. These were created for his quick reference, so some of the ingredients don't have a measurement noted - Dan used a pinch of that and a dash of this, and that's just how he rolled. The results were always delicious. Click the recipe card below or the Recipes tab in the menu.
Bon appétit, Happy Holidays, and Merry Christmas
December 15, 2019
INTERVIEW ANYONE IN HISTORY?
Professor Of Rock
"Hey there Music Junkies, The Professor of Rock here with your latest Pop Fix. This week we drop the needle on 3 songs from Dan Fogelberg. In my opinion Dan Fogelberg has the most sincere voice out of any generation." Click above to watch video.
It's so hard to believe it's been twelve years since we lost him. He lives on in his music though, and in the hearts of Dan fans like you. Thank you for being a part of his living legacy.
Dan in Castellina, a small Tuscany town between Florence & Siena. May 26, 2001
August 13th, 2019
THE "DEAR DAN" LETTERS
In May of 2005, a PSA test revealed that Dan had prostate cancer. That first test showed a level of 151. A week later a follow-up test showed a level of 364. The cancer was raging through him. We met with a well-known surgeon at Massachusetts General Hospital only to learn that the cancer had spread beyond the prostate and was not operable. From that point on, treatment decisions would be made by our new oncologist.
We now had a definite diagnosis, a doctor, and a plan: we would finish the house we were building in Maine and drive to Boston for treatments. Dan wrote an email to his closest friends. Read more...
August 7, 2019
BACK IN STOCK AT AMAZON
"Dan Fogelberg ~ Live At Carnegie Hall" CD's are BACK IN STOCK at Amazon. Thanks for your patience!
July 12th, 2019
FROM THE ARCHIVES
Dan wasn't always a cat person; before his first wife, Maggie, brought a fluffy little black kitten home, he was a dog person. His great love for the wild places included the animals, both wild and domestic.
July 3rd, 2019
ROCKY MOUNTAIN WAY TRIBUTE CONCERT
AXS.tv will be re-broadcasting the Rocky Mountain Way concert on
Sunday, July 7th at 10pm ET
Monday, July 8th at 1:30am ET
Wednesday, July 10th at 10pm ET
"The Rocky Mountain Way
20,000 fans jammed the Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre near Denver, Colorado to pay tribute to Dan Fogelberg, Joe Walsh and Barnstorm, and James William Guercio. Joe Walsh and Barnstorm reunite for a special one-time only performance, and Garth Brooks, Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Johnnyswim, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and others pay a musical tribute to the late Dan Fogelberg."
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RIP Deb Jelinek
We are very sad to report the sudden passing of Deb Jelinek on March 25th.
Deb sent out the Living Legacy/Dan Fogelberg Newsletters for many years, and we will do our best to maintain Deb's high standards as we now take it on.
Please bear with us during this transition.
March 25th, 2019
On July 2, 2003 Deb Jelinek finally got to meet her idol, Dan Fogelberg, backstage after a concert. Thirty minutes to hang out with the man she had dedicated her life to honoring may not sound like much, but it meant the world to her.
In the early days of the web Deb had a website, thelivinglegacy.net. When we needed a place to post information on the web, Dan and I decided to give that information to Deb, because she didn't have a gossipy forum on her site like some of the other sites. Eventually I learned website design and Dan and I created danfogelberg.com. By then, Deb and I had become friends and stayed in touch - we were both self-taught website designers and often shared programming problems and solutions, and Deb sent out our joint newsletters.
When Dan was diagnosed with cancer, Deb collected well-wishes from thousands of fans on her website, printed them in a huge album, and sent them to Dan, which was a great comfort to him. After Dan died, Deb had an idea to bring fans together to celebrate him in Peoria and from that idea the memorial site, a foundation, and many good friendships evolved.
Deb passed away today from complications from pulmonary edema. Her wonderful husband Jon kept her friends informed from the day she was taken to the hospital ten days ago and our thoughts are with him now, during this most shocking and painful time.
Rest in peace, Deb.
~ Jean Fogelberg
January 20th, 2018
LIVE AT CARNEGIE HALL COLLECTOR'S LP SET
The long wait is over, the vinyl version of "Dan Fogelberg ~ Live At Carnegie Hall" is finally available!
We're so gratified by the amazing response to this wonderful recording of Dan shining, as he did, solo and in front of a live audience. Thank you to those of you who have written to us about your love of the CD set, and those who have posted such glowing reviews online.
If you haven't read the story of how this recording came to be, you can read it HERE.
July 22, 2018
DAN'S MBR CONSOLE GETS A NEW LIFE
The console Dan recorded on at his Mountain Bird Ranch studio has found a new home in Portland, Oregon at B-Side Studios in East Portland. The 2 year old studio was built from the ground up in 2016 by Jim Small, a Dan fan.
January 16, 2018
PART OF THE PLAN SWEEPS AWARDS
Part of the Plan SWEPT ALL MAJOR CATEGORIES of the Broadway World Regional Awards:
BEST ORIGINAL/NEW WORK
Best Actor in a Musical (Harley Jay)
Best Actress in a Musical (Kate Morgan Chadwick)
Best Choreographer (Lynne Taylor-Corbett)
Best Costume Design (Loren Shaw)
Best Director in a Musical (Lynne Taylor Corbett)
Best Ensemble Performance in a Musical (Part of the Plan)
Best Featured Actor in a Musical (J.T. Hodges)
Best Featured Actress in a Musical (Jayme Lake)
Best Lighting Design (Jason Kantrowitz)
Best Musical Direction (Stephen Kummer)
Best Set Design (Jason Sherwood)
Best Sound Design (Josh Liebert)
Best Younger Actor (Wyatt Rogers)
December 30, 2017
ONE DAY LEFT TO VOTE
Nominated for Broadway World Regional Awards in all musical categories!
Help us bring "Part of the Plan" to your town. You have until December 31st to vote!
December 29, 2017
BRING THE MUSICAL TO YOUR TOWN
Want Part of the Plan to come to your town?
Vote for it before December 31st! Awards get the attention of the artistic directors of national theaters, so help us win some awards, especially BEST MUSICAL and BEST ORIGINAL/NEW WORK.
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DAN FOGELBERG ~ LIVE AT CARNEGIE HALL
In 1979, at the ripe old age of 27, Dan performed at Carnegie Hall. At long last, the audio recording of that stellar solo performance is available. Dan Fogelberg ~ Live At Carnegie Hall is available as a download and as a double CD package at Amazon, iTunes, and other major outlets worldwide. Downloads are available at iTunes and Amazon. If you live outside the U.S., click here to find your preferred Amazon website.
Read the story behind the creation of Live At Carnegie Hall.
A TRIBUTE TO DAN FOGELBERG
George Harrison was one of Dan’s musical heroes; he wept when he learned of George’s death due to cancer. Then in 2003 the tribute ‘Concert For George’ was released. Dan watched the film and listened to the album many times, but after he was diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer the following year I could see it held new significance for him. Now that he was facing his own battle with cancer it was only natural that he would wonder if his friends and peers would care enough to pay tribute to him in a similar manner when he was gone.