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  1. Randall Herman Meisner (March 8, 1946 – July 25, 2023) was an American musician, singer, songwriter, and founding member of the Eagles. Throughout his professional musical career, Meisner's main role was that of bassist and backing high-harmony vocalist as a group member and session musician.

  2. Randy Herman Meisner (Scottsbluff, 8 de marzo de 1946-Los Ángeles, 26 de julio de 2023) [1] fue un cantante, guitarrista, bajista y compositor estadounidense, reconocido por ser uno de los miembros fundadores de las bandas Poco y Eagles. Es popular por haber coescrito y cantado el éxito de Eagles «Take It to the Limit». [2] [3]

  3. Randy Meisner. (CNN) -- Randy Meisner, miembro cofundador de la legendaria banda de rock The Eagles y quien se desempeñó como bajista y vocalista, murió a los 77 años, según un anuncio en el...

  4. Randy Meisner, who was a co-founding member of legendary rock band the Eagles and served as a bassist and vocalist, has died, according to an announcement on the band’s official site. He was 77.

  5. 28 de jul. de 2023 · Los Ángeles - 28 jul 2023 - 08:53CEST. Randy Meisner, miembro fundador de la aclamada banda de rock estadounidense Eagles, falleció en Los Ángeles a los 77 años, informó el grupo este jueves.

  6. 27 de jul. de 2023 · Randy Meisner, a founding member and the original bassist of the Eagles whose celestial tenor fueled hits like “Take It to the Limit” and helped catapult the breezy country-rock band from the Los...

  7. 27 de jul. de 2023 · The bassist and vocalist, known for his soaring falsetto and signature ballad, died of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). He was 77 years old. He wrote and sang "Take it to the Limit" in 1975, which peaked at Number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and inspired Fred Armisen in The Blue Jean Committee.