Randy Meisner Passed Away at 77

Date - 28/07/2023  Written - Narendra Dudhwa

Randy Meissner, resigned American artist and co-founding part of the Falcons, passed on on July 26 in Los Angeles due to complications from constant obstructive aspiratory infection (COPD). He was 77 a long time ancient.

Meissner shaped the Hawks in 1971 with Glenn Frey, Wear Henley, and Bernie Leadon.

He played bass and sang on numerous of the shake band's best-loved collections, counting "Falcons," "Outlaw," "On the Border," and more.

One of These Evenings," and "Lodging California." He co-wrote the band's hit tune "Take It to the Restrain", which he moreover sang.

Earlier to his victory with the Falcons, Meissner was a bassist for the band Poco with previous Buffalo Springfield individuals Richie Furay and Jim Messina, and a vocalist for Rick Nelson's Stone Canyon Band.

Meissner shows up on the Canyon Band's "In Concert at the Troubadour" (which he co-produced), and "Rudy the Fifth", and a cameo in "Simple to Be Free", a narrative of the Stone Canyon Band's 1969 visit. We do.

He was born in Scotts Feign, Neb., on Walk 8, 1946, but frequently returned to Los Angeles to seek after his music career.

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