Country-rock legend J.D. Souther was one of the architects of the "California sound." As a songwriter, he made a name for himself writing Eagles hits like "New Kid In Town" and Linda Ronstadt tunes like "Faithless Love." By the '80s, he was gaining traction as a performer, including a hit duet with James Taylor, before abruptly disappearing from the public eye in 1985 to stay home and write. Twenty-five years later, Souther is back to performing, and he's making a stop at BoMA Saturday to showcase his latest works and dig up the classics.

Country-rock legend J.D. Souther was one of the architects of the "California sound." As a songwriter, he made a name for himself writing Eagles hits like "New Kid In Town" and Linda Ronstadt tunes like "Faithless Love." By the '80s, he was gaining traction as a performer, including a hit duet with James Taylor, before abruptly disappearing from the public eye in 1985 to stay home and write. Twenty-five years later, Souther is back to performing, and he's making a stop at BoMA Saturday to showcase his latest works and dig up the classics.