8 Things You Need To Know About
Randy Meisner (The Eagles)
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Randy Meisner was born on 8 March, 1946, in Nebraska, U.S. His real name is Randall Herman Meisner.
After seeing the performance of Elvis Presley, He started taking guitar lessons & playing in local bands at the age of 10.
In 1961, at the age of 15, he joined a local band called "The Dynamics" and left the band in 1966.
Apart from the Eagles, he was also a member of bands like The Poor, The Poco, and Rick Nelson & the Stone Canyon Band.
He was the bassist & backing vocalist for the Eagles. He also co-wrote the Eagles' hit song "Take It to the Limit."
Randy Meisner was one of the founding members of the rock band Eagles, but he quit the band in 1977.
- In 1978, he released his first self titled solo studio album, "Randy Meisner."
Randy Meisner retired from music in 2008. During his career, he only released three studio albums.
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