In this fifth installment of my quote compilation series, “In His Own Words,” Randy talks about his hobbies & interests outside of music.
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 […]
The European Tour kicks off with four nights at the Wembley Empire Pool in London.
“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 […]
In front of a small audience at the College Of The Holy Cross in Worcester, MA, the Eagles performed a 10-minute epic, written and sung by Randy, called “Wait & See,” which was originally intended for ON THE BORDER.
The inside story of the Eagles’ third album and first with producer Bill Szymczyk & guitarist Don Felder. In the reviews, Randy’s “Is It True” is called the “most beautiful song on the album.”
It wasn’t all about writing, recording, and touring. The Eagles didn’t attain their success by accident. They made their money because they ran their band […]
Randy Meisner: A Retrospective is once again honored to have the chance to interview another of Randy’s friends, Colleen Stewart. We appreciate her insight into […]
We take a closer look at the gig history of Randy’s first band, The Dynamics, through clippings and remembrances of those who were there.
Boyd Elder, who became known as the Eagles’ artist, had his first art exhibition on April 2, 1972 in Venice, California. Some of the information […]
“Rick Nelson was one of the best people I’ve ever known–really humble and nice. He never played the star. He was way beyond that.” –Randy […]
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.
The original four were sent to Colorado to develop and perfect their live show and play together as a band. There the four musicians, who […]
Tucked away near the end of Hotel California is the last song Randy wrote during his tenure with the Eagles, “Try And Love Again.” Today, the song is considered a deep track, but in 1976, it was a hit with contemporary critics, who felt it was the highlight of the album.
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.