Jack Tempchin is an American musician and singer-songwriter, best known for writing the Eagles’ classic "Peaceful Easy Feeling" and co-writing their hits "Already Gone", "The Girl From Yesterday", "Somebody", and "It's Your World Now". During the Eagles’ breakup period (1980–1994) he co-wrote with the late Glenn Frey producing "You Belong to the City", "Smuggler's Blues", "The One You Love" amongst others. His tribute album to Glenn “One More Song” was released last year.
Tempchin’s eponymous first album Jack Tempchin was released in 1978 and includes his version of "Peaceful Easy Feeling". He has toured extensively as a solo artist over the years, opening for artists such as Ringo Starr, Jackson Browne, Dave Mason, Poco, Dolly Parton, Karla Bonoff, Chicago, Christopher Cross, Kenny Loggins, Timothy B. Schmit, Barry McGuire, Tom Rush, Al Kooper and Emmylou Harris.
Moving sideways, he has recently released a ‘Peaceful Easy Feeling Cabernet Sauvignon’ and a ‘Peaceful Easy Feeling Chardonnay’ in association with three-time California State Winery of the Year Award winner South Coast Winery.
Tracks Stingaree, She Belonged To You, Peaceful Easy Feeling, Fifteen Days Under The Hood, Lifetime Friend, Golden Life, Tijuana, Pick Up Truck, Skateboard Johnny, Walkaway