This website highlights Randy Meisner's musical career and legacy. There are many posts related to Randy's history as the original bass player with the Eagles. There's also posts about his other bands (both before and after the Eagles) like: The Drivin' Dynamics; Soul Survivors; The Poor; Poco; Rick Nelson and the Stone Canyon Band; Roberts Meisner Band; Meisner, Swan and Rich; The Silverados; World Classic Rockers; and his solo career.
Randy Meisner at The Joint with Jack Tempchin was one of the Big Monday shows, which were weekly at The Joint in Los Angeles. (The Joint is now called Founders Ale House.) Jack Tempchin was a regular for the Big Monday nights, and Jim Foreman brought Randy and Peter Bradstreet (of the Electric Range Band) to sit in with the Waddy Wachtel Band one week. This shot below was taken by Jim Foreman in the kitchen. Jim was the project manager when Randy produced the reunion album for Electric Range in 1996.
Jack Tempchin’s video below is of Randy performing on three of the Eagles’ songs.
Randy Meisner at The Joint with Jack Tempchin and the Waddy Wachtel Band on Big Monday night
Pete Bradstreet on keyboard (Electric Range Band), Waddy Wachtel, Jack Tempchin, Phil Jones, Johnny Rivers, Randy Meisner, Rick Rosas (another bass player), and Henry Diltz in front Photo by Jim Foreman
Randy on stage at The Joint Jack Tempchin’s video
Randy’s songs he sang lead or backup on that night:
Peaceful Easy Feeling
Take It To the Limit
End of Last Song
Waddy Wachtel, Randy Meisner, Phil Jones (on drums), and Jack Tempchin