by Thania Garcia
July 27, 2023
Randy Meisner, the retired American singer and co-founding member of the Eagles, died on July 26 in Los Angeles due to complications from Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary disease (COPD), according to a statement shared by the band on their website. He was 77.
Meisner, along with Glenn Frey, Don Henley, and Bernie Leadon, formed the Eagles in 1971. He contributed several of the rock band’s most beloved albums including “Eagles,” “Desperado,” “On The Border,” “One of These Nights,” and “Hotel California.” He also co-wrote the band’s hit song “Take It to the Limit,” which he also sang.
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