Radio and TV commercial spots featuring Randy Meisner or the bands he was in are on this page. As more are found, they will be added.
“Take It To the Limit” was used in the NEC Computers television commercial in 1986, and then the song was used again in 2017 in the Pixar animated Cars 3 movie trailer.
Most of these audios and videos on this page also link to individual pages:
- Dillon Stadium Eagles concert in Hartford, CT
- Wembley Mid-Summer Music Festival
- Eagles at Tarrant County Convention Center in 1976
- Eagles at Tarrant County Convention Center in 1977
- Randy’s Budweiser radio commercial
- NEC Computers television commercial
- Cars 3 movie trailer
- China Beach TV show
- Seinfeld TV show
Radio and TV commercial spots
Radio commercial on Hartford, Connecticut radio station WDRC for the 3-band concert of Yes, Edgar Winter, and the Eagles. The concert was in Dillon Stadium on September 25, 1972.
TV commercial for the Wembley Mid-Summer Music Festival held June 21, 1975 in London at the Wembley Stadium.
KZEW 98 FM “The Zoo” radio commercial for the 1976 Eagles concert at the Tarrant County Convention Center in Ft. Worth, Texas, on November 3, 1976.
A few seconds of “Take It To the Limit” are included in this radio spot.
KZEW 98 FM “The Zoo” radio commercial spot for this 1977 Eagles concert at the Tarrant County Convention Center in Ft. Worth. This 2-day concert was July 7-8, 1977.
KZEW “The Zoo” was a rock station in Dallas, TX.
Budweiser radio commercial from 1981
Randy sings a Budweiser jingle and then speaks for a few seconds at the end.
This TV commercial for NEC Computers with “Take It To the Limit” as the featured song was recorded in New York City by Randy and Roger Tallman of Tallman Music. It was aired during the NEC World Series of Golf tournament on August 23, 1986.
Cars 3 is a Pixar animated movie that was released June 16, 2017. “Take It To the Limit” was used for one of the movie’s trailers.
China Beach TV series
“Try and Love Again” in the show’s final episode (Season 4) – 1991
Seinfeld TV series
Short clips of “Desperado” and “Witchy Woman” used in Season 8 Episode 7