|Randy Meisner of the Eagles (center) along with Joe Walsh (left) and Don Henley (right)
It was with great sadness that I heard the news that Randy Meisner, one of the founding members of the band "The Eagles" died yesterday at age 77. Randy played the bass guitar for the group and is known for the great range of his vocals. Glenn Frye once said of him, "Randy can hit high notes that only a dog could hear". He is probably best known for composing and singing the Eagles hit "Take It To The Limit".
Before joining the Eagles, Randy Meisner was the bassist for Poco and also played for Rick Nelson's Stone Canyon Band.
Rest In Peace Randy and thank you for so many good songs and memories.