He's the Eagle who isn't Don Henley or Glenn Frey or Joe Walsh.
That would be Timothy B. Schmit, the bass player who joined the mega-selling rock band in time to record one album before it broke up in 1980, a split that left him "pretty shocked."
To make matters worse, he was undergoing a divorce at the time, and he struggled to stay afloat in the ensuing decade as he rebuilt his life with a new family.
No job was too small for his ageless tenor vocal and multi-instrumental prowess. Japanese albums. Records for Twisted Sister and...