Felder performed with all current and former Eagles band members the hits "Take It Easy" and "Hotel California" at the band's 1998 induction into the [[Rock and Roll Hall of Fame]] in New York City. He continued as a member of the Eagles through the year 2000.
== Post-1970s career ==
Following the 1980 breakup of the Eagles, Felder focused more on his family but also embarked on a solo career, concentrating on film composition and session work. He worked on The [[Bee Gees]]' 1981 album [[Living Eyes (Bee Gees album)|]] as a session guitarist. Through his association with Bee Gees' producer [[Albhy Galuten]], Felder also made session appearances on albums by artists as diverse as [[Diana Ross]], [[Barbra Streisand]] and [[Andy Gibb]]. During this time, he also contributed guitar work to [[Stevie Nicks]]' first two solo albums.
Among his musical film credits in the 1980s are two songs on the soundtrack to the 1981 animated cult film [[Heavy Metal (film)|]] entitled "Heavy Metal (Takin' a Ride)" (with former bandmates [[Don Henley]] and [[Timothy B. Schmit]] contributing backing vocals) and "All of You" - with Jefferson Starship's as backing vocalist, as well as the title track "Wild Life" from the 1985 motion picture adaptation of [[Neil Simon]]'s "The Sluggers Wife." He also penned the song "She's Got A Part Of Me" from the soundtrack to the 1985 romantic comedy [[Secret Admirer]].