Randy talks about his life and career in this rare 1991 interview with the Scottsbluff Star-Herald’s “Prairie Magazine.”
A legend. A true star.
A compilation of basses played by Randy Meisner throughout his career.
Part 5 in the series
Read the reviews and listen to a rare audience recording of this concert from the DESPERADO tour.
Five tracks that feature Randy as a background/harmony vocalist are highlighted.
In this interview, published by Teen magazine in February 1981, Randy talks about taking piano lessons as a kid, his early struggles in California, and leaving the Eagles.
Throughout his career, Randy has appeared on dozens of albums by his friends and colleagues. Here are a few highlights.
A variation on my In His Own Words series. Here friends and colleagues tell us what they think of Randy.
In December 1969, Randy Meisner appeared as a session musician on the thirteenth album by one of country music’s original outlaws. He also showed off his bass playing chops.
Through interview excerpts, Randy describes his early life and career, up until the formation of the Eagles.
In this second installment of my series, In His Own Words, Randy talks about how he came to write or co-write some of his most treasured songs with the Eagles.
“In His Own Words” will be an ongoing series featuring a compilation of quotes from Randy on different subjects. In this first installment, Randy shares his thoughts on performing, both as a solo artist and with the Eagles.