Visit the Places the Eagles lived, worked and frequented. Glenn Frey opened the Eagles’ concerts with, “Thank you. Good evening, we’re the Eagles from Los […]
“Randy’s bass playing is that growly, Nebraska, R&B-oriented bass feel to the country stuff.” Glenn Frey from The Guardian ~ “Eagles: ‘We were too busy […]
Richard Marx’s management team reached out to former Eagles Randy Meisner, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit. In doing so, a mini-Eagles’ reunion took place, […]
This is part three in my ongoing series where I let Randy tell his own story through a compilation of quotes. Here, he describes his early life and career, up until the formation of the Eagles.
“Having a steel guitar in Poco was something that set us apart from other groups. Nobody else had one. And Rusty was a real showman. Everybody just loved watching him. Rusty didn’t play it a lot like a steel. He made a whole different instrument out of it.” –Randy Meisner, 1991
Albums ~ Bands ~ Concerts 1969 Sticker of a Vietnam war era poster on Randy’s 1958 Fender Precision Bass Album Posters March 1972 ‘Eagles’ Album […]
These questionnaires, with handwritten responses, were to be included in an early Poco fan club magazine.