Don Felder says after doing thousands of shows, he recently had a first -- a complaint.
It happened at the Twin River Casino in Lincoln, Rhode Island when a person in the front row complained that the ex-Eagle invited people to come to the foot of the stage during his last three songs, something he says he's been doing for a long time.
She sent him a note that in part said, "I paid good money for front row tickets, because due to a bad knee and hip, I can't stand for very long... So, I paid for front row tickets and people that didn't got the front row view. I have to ask... Would that have been acceptable if I was in a wheelchair? I guess it was OK because I 'don't look disabled,' and you got paid."
Felder responded, "I'm sorry to hear of your dissatisfaction with having people dancing in front of you. I ask people to come down to the front of the stage at EVERY SINGLE show I do. You are the only person to have ever complained and I feel bad for you. If you will send me an address and a copy of your ticket purchase, I will have your money refunded and apologize for the blocked view."