This was most likely Randy’s last touring date with The Stone Canyon Band.
Chicago Tribune, February 19, 1971
The following review in the underground Chicago paper, Earth, provides a partial setlist for one of the Mr. Kelly’s shows.
Hello Mary Lou
Easy To Be Free California She Belongs To Me Life Look At Mary Honky Tonk Woman
Randy’s last name is misspelled in the review as “Meysner.”
Earth Magazine, July 1971
Photographer: Ethan Russell
Location: Bernie Leadon’s home in Topanga Canyon.
These photos were probably taken in late 1971 or early 1972. Randy’s fringed jacket can be seen in photos and footage from his
Rick Nelson & The Stone Canyon Band period.
“The Eagles before their first record and hence before they were famous. They were being scouted by Glyn Johns who was by then already my dear friend. They look young and happy and not road weary.” – Ethan Russell.
Photographer: Eve Babitz
Location: Corner of Santa Monica Blvd and Doheny Drive, Beverly Hills, CA.
Back row: Ned Doheny, Randy Meisner, Don Henley, Bernie Leadon Front row: Jackson Browne, Glenn Frey, J.D. Souther
The location as it appears today. This fountain also appears in the background of
a photo of Poco taken in 1968.