Los Angeles Royalty :: Ned Doheny’s Separate Oceans

It’s no stretch to call singer/songwriter Ned Doheny “Los Angeles royalty,” both by the circumstances of birth and his association with the vanguard of ‘70s breezy Pacific pop. Born into an oil fortune — with a street named for his family, a stately mansion, and a lingering mystery regarding a murder/suicide — Doheny lived a charmed life, taking to the guitar in his youth, eventually joining Jackson Browne, Linda Ronstadt, The Eagles, JD Souther, Judee Sill, Tom Waits, and others as a signee to David Geffen’s Asylum . . .

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