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Livestreams, podcasts, and interviews with Randy Meisner

Livestreams, podcasts, and interviews with Randy Meisner are listed below. If you like to hear Randy's speaking voice, this collection gives you many opportunities to hear him. There's quite a bit of stories and info contained in these interviews. I think you'll enjoy listening to them. Livestream concert (Randy's part only) from Richie Furay's house... Continue Reading →

Cameron Crowe interviews the Eagles for the San Diego Door and Rolling Stone magazine – 1972 & 1975

1972: Cameron Crowe interviews the Eagles for the first time backstage after a San Diego concert opening for Procol Harum. The interview was for an underground newspaper called the 'San Diego Door'. The 'Door' ran from January 1968 to August 1974. Cameron was just 15 years old at the time of meeting the Eagles for... Continue Reading →

Constant Meijers interviews the Eagles in the 1970s

Constant Meijers, Dutch rock music journalist, has interviewed the Eagles at various times and locations beginning in 1973. From 1973-1981 Constant was editor-in-chief for Muziekkrant Oor, which is a well-known Dutch music publication. 'Music Newspaper Ear' is the English translation of the name, and in the 1980s the name was changed to simply Oor. He has... Continue Reading →

The Early Bands – 1960s

Randy Meisner's early bands in the 1960s included the Deacons/Thunderbirds, the Invaders, the Dynamics/Drivin' Dynamics, and the Soul Survivors/The Poor. (After the Soul Survivors moved to California, they had a very brief period of calling themselves the North Serrano Blues Band, and they then changed their name to The Poor.) There is also a separate... Continue Reading →

Southern Illinois University Spring Fest – May 25, 1973

The Edwardsville, Illinois Spring Fest is an annual week-long festival held on the campus of Southern Illinois University of Edwardsville. Livingston Taylor (brother of James Taylor) appeared with the Eagles. This is a different event from the Mississippi River Festival which was held there in July. The Eagles were at the Mississippi River Festival in... Continue Reading →

Atlantic Christian College Eagles concert – Dec. 11, 1973

The Eagles concert was at Atlantic Christian College on Dec. 11, 1973. Atlantic Christian College is now called Barton College and is a private liberal arts college in Wilson, North Carolina. Atlantic Christian College Eagles concert 1974 Pine Knot Yearbook pageGlenn Frey and Don Henley 1974 Pine Knot Yearbook pageRandy Meisner, Glenn Frey, Bernie Leadon,... Continue Reading →

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