TCGal also points to an interesting interview with Eagles' Don Henley, by Charlie Rose. (Rose is a good interviewer, he is always prepared and knowledgeable, and he is interested in and respects his subjects.)
Don talks about many interesting things, for example Emerson's outstanding Self-Reliance essay (not having gotten my education in the US, I only started hearing about Thoreau and Emerson by reading Doonesbury, and this essay got me more interested).
He talks about stalkers as being something that every celebrity has to face (didn't know that, like Don says here, they don't talk about it), and he advices people to center their universe around something they are doing, rather than around him or any other famous person.
Also, I had the feeling that the duty of having to play Hotel California in every concert would be a duty that he bears gracefully, even though it has to be very, very tiring, and indeed it turns out that it is so. He acknowledges that it's his job, the song is very important to his fans who pay his livelihood, and to deny them the song just because he's personally tired of it would be arrogant.