Randy Meisner dies at 77
BY - MAHI
Famous L.A. Randy Meisner, one of the original members of the rock band, The Eagles, has breathed his last at the age of 77.
He was a talented vocalist and bassist, co-writing some of the band's most memorable songs.
Meissner's death was attributed to complications of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
This was confirmed via a statement released on The Eagles' official website. Here are five things worth knowing about Randy Meissner:
In 1971, Randy Meissner co-founded The Eagles with Glenn Frey, Don Henley, and Bernie Leadon.
This collaboration laid the foundation for the band's greater success in the country-rock genre.
With a soulful and soulful voice, Meissner was instrumental in shaping The Eagles' signature sound.
She contributed lead vocals and co-writing credits to several of his classic '70s albums, showcasing her vocal range and talent for crafting sweet tunes.
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