Randy Meisner (The Eagles)
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Randall Herman Meisner, a.k.a Randy Meisner was an American singer, musician, and founding member of the rock band "Eagles."
DOB & Age
Born on 8 March, 1946, Randy Meisner was 77 years old at the time of his death.
Randy Meisner's parents were Herman Meisner (1911-95) & Emilie Meisner (1911-2010).
Height & Weight
Randy Meisner was 5 feet, 10 inches (178 cm) tall, and he weighed around 174 pounds (79 kg).
Randy Meisner attended Scottsbluff High School but dropped out in his senior year to pursue a career in music.
Randy Meisner began his career in the 1960s, playing bass and singing with a local band called The Dynamics.
In 1968, he joined the band Poco but left after a year. In 1969, he joined another band called the Stone Canyon Band.
He joined the Eagles in 1971 and co-wrote the band's major hit song "Take It to the Limit". He left the band in 1977.
He released 2 solo albums after leaving the Eagles: Randy Meisner (1978) and One More Song (1982).
Randy Meisner was married twice. He first married Jennifer (1963-81) & later married Lana Meisner (1996-2016).
Meisner was the father of three children. Dana Scott Meisner (1963), Heather Leigh Meisner (1970), and Eric Shane Meisner (1970).
Randy Meisner had an estimated net worth of $15 million at the time of his death.
Randy Meisner died on July 26, 2023, due to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), at the age of 77.
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