Five tracks that feature Randy as a background/harmony vocalist are highlighted.
We have launched a new feature on our blog called “On This Day…,” which will highlight events from Randy’s concert and recording history.
In this fifth installment of my quote compilation series, “In His Own Words,” Randy talks about his hobbies & interests outside of music.
It was a special era in music. The ’70s rock stars not only had to sound good, but look the part as well. No one […]
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.
Featuring over 500 entries (and more to come), our Concert Archive is the largest, and most accurate, database of Randy’s Meisner’s performance history, with links to reviews, ads, and more.
The Eagles played to a venue that was only about a third full, but gave an impressive performance. Listen to a rare audience recording of Randy performing “Tryin'” and Certain Kind Of Fool.”
“Randy’s sole purpose in life was to have a few drinks, roll a few joints, and make everybody laugh.“~Don Felder, 2008 I’ve read that Randy […]
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.
Once again here’s a post without a picture of the original four as yet to be named ‘Eagles’. Backing Linda Ronstadt during her week long […]
Randy’s stint as a session musician remains some of the most overlooked of his career. Between December 8th and December 19th, 1969, he played on two albums that would become a turning point in the careers of the artist. The first was James Taylor’s SWEET BABY JAMES. The second was the thirteenth album by one of country music’s original outlaws, Waylon Jennings.
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.
“Randy is the perfect ribbon for the package. He adds all the top and all the bottom, singing like a lark and giving that growly, […]
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.