In June 1969, Randy appeared on the cover of the San Francisco paper, Planet Music.
An interview with Poco’s Randy Meisner and Jim Messina from the Japanese music magazine, ADLIB.
On July 1st-3rd, 1983, Randy returned to Nebraska for a series of hometown concerts at the Oregon Trail Lounge in Gering. It was the first time he had performed in the area since 1970, before his success with the Eagles.
A rare article from 1969 when Poco was still known as Pogo.
From its origins to its continued legacy, the story behind Randy Meisner’s signature song.
Randy talks about his life and career in this rare 1991 interview with the Scottsbluff Star-Herald’s “Prairie Magazine.”
This behind-the scenes look at the Eagles’ concert at Mile High Stadium on August 8th, 1976, includes interviews with Randy’s parents, his wife, as well as a rare glimpse of life backstage and on the road.
Randy Meisner: A Retrospective is proud to debut this rare, hour-long film by Richard Randall, which features never-before-seen interview and concert footage from 1995.
A legend. A true star.
An inside look at the Eagles’ appearance on DON KIRSHNER’S ROCK CONCERT in April 1974.
Drummer Patrick Shanahan, founding member of Denver’s Soul Survivors, their offshoot, The Poor, and later Rick Nelson’s Stone Canyon Band, generously shared his memories with me about his life and career.
The Eagles headlined two concerts at Day On The Green in Oakland over Memorial Day weekend. They also played a softball game.
This is an update of a previous post about the Eagles’ 1973 concert in Portland, Maine. I have added several new photos of Randy backstage and onstage.
An overview of the Eagles’ first tour of Japan, including the first known live recording of “Take It To The Limit.”
The Eagles’ second album turns 50.