Louisiana State University in the LSU Assembly Center in Baton Rouge, LA was the site for the Eagles concert of November 5, 1976. JD Souther opened for the Eagles, and the next night (Nov. 6) was the concert at The Summit in Houston. The Eagles were playing somewhere almost every night in November 1976.
It was mentioned on the LSU yearbook page that someone in the audience threw something at Randy and hit him in the head while he was on stage.
Randy Meisner in photo from the LSU 1977 Gumbo Yearbook
It’s hard to believe someone lucky enough to be so close to the stage would decide to throw an object at Randy.
LSU 1977 Gumbo Yearbook pg. 188
LSU 1977 Gumbo Yearbook pg. 203
LSU 1977 Gumbo Yearbook pg. 204
Louisiana State University Eagles concert
Don Felder and Joe Walsh
Louisiana State University Eagles concert ticket
“The singing lead shifted from one number to another highlighted by Randy Meisner’s solo on Take It To the Limit, and drummer Don Henley’s job on the well-received Desperado.”
Concert review in The Daily Reveille (LSU campus paper) – Nov. 9, 1976
The Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA) – Nov. 6, 1976
The Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA) – Oct. 24, 1976
State Times Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA) – Oct. 28, 1976
Gris Gris (Baton Rouge, LA) – Nov 2, 1976
Their first smash hit “Take It Wasy”?
Concert review in the State Times Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA) – Nov. 6, 1976
“From the moment the Eagles came on stage and broke into ‘Take It Easy,’ the audience, which had been cold throughout the performance of the warmup band was electrified.”
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