A compilation of basses played by Randy Meisner throughout his career.
The Eagles played The Spectrum in Philadelphia, May 17, 1975. Read about the show and listen to both songs Randy performed that night.
Randy Meisner first met Glenn Frey & Don Henley when he filled in for Linda Ronstadt’s bassist at a place called Chuck’s Cellar in Los Altos, CA in June 1971.
In November and December 1971, the Eagles were sent to Colorado by David Geffen to develop their sound and audition for legendary producer Glyn Johns.
In December 1969, James Taylor began recording his landmark album, SWEET BABY JAMES. Randy Meisner played bass on two tracks on the album. He would later say this experience was one of the highlights of his career.
The Eagles performed two nights in a row at the Tarrant County Convention Center in Fort Worth, Texas on July 7-8, 1977. These shows marked the next to last concert appearances of Randy Meisner with the band.
In November 1968, Pogo (aka Poco) played a legendary two-week stand at the Troubadour in West Hollywood. It was an appearance that would put them on the map.
Randy Meisner returned to the stage in Houston, Texas in February 1981, following a two-and-a-half year absence. After the show, he sat down for a rare, candid interview with Dale Adamson of the HOUSTON CHRONICLE.
Poco visited the offices of TEEN SCREEN magazine in this rare article from 1969.
The real story behind the Knoxville 1977 concert, using facts from published reviews, plus Randy’s own words.
Part 6 in the series
Randy Meisner, Billy Swan and Charlie Rich, Jr. started touring and recording as Meisner, Rich & Swan in 1992. Due to a CD labeling mishap, […]
Black Tie was an American country rock supergroup formed by Randy Meisner, Jimmy Griffin (Bread) and Billy Swan (‘I Can Help”) in 1985. The band […]
North Hollywood’s Grand Ole Opry West ~ The Palomino Club. Meisner, Swan & Rich performed there on May 12th and June 30th, 1995. This is about their June 30th performance.
A crowd of nearly 40,000 packed Tampa Stadium on America’s 200th anniversary for “4th Of July Jubilation,” an outdoor concert featuring The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac and Loggins & Messina.