How rich is Randy Meisner?
Randy Meisner Net Worth:
|Birth date:||March 8, 1946|
|Birth place:||Scottsbluff, Nebraska, USA|
|Profession:||Musician, Singer, Songwriter|
|Spouse:||Lana Meisner (m. 1996–2016), Jennifer Barton (m. 1963–1981)|
|Children:||Heather Leigh Meisner, Eric Shane Meisner, Dana Scott Meisner|
|Parents:||Herman Meisner, Emilie Meisner, Take It to the Limit, Deep Inside My Heart, Try and Love Again|
|Awards:||the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame (1998),|
|Record labels:||Loma, York and Decca Records, Sully Records out of Amarillo, Texas, A&M Records, Phil Spector's Gold Star studios|
|Music groups:||"The Drivin' Dynamics" (1961-1965), "The Soul Survivors ("The Poor"), "Rick Nelson's Stone Canyon Band", “Poco” (1968), "Eagles" (1971 – 1977), "Black Tie"|
|Movies:||The World's Greatest Albums: Eagles: Desperado|
|TV shows:||"Easy to Be Free" (1969), "History of the Eagles" tour|
Randy Meisner net worth, wiki & biography:
It’s been declared the total approximation of Randy Meisner net worth is $15 million dollars, as the present computations have suggested. Randy Meisner is a well known name in music, where he’s a vocalist as well as a song writer. Randy Meisner is mainly called a creator of two groups, those being the Eagles and Poco. These groups also have added up most of the sales to the overall size of Randy Meisner net worth. Randy Meisner isn’t merely a group member, but he’s also utilized as a musician during sessions. Moreover, in both of the mentioned groups, Randy Meisner is playing bass guitar as well as supplying backing vocals. Generally, Randy Meisner is famous for just one tune which he recorded against the Eagles, the tune being called “Take it to the Limit”. He not only sang this tune, but also composed it.
Randy Meisner Net Worth $15 Million
The musician was created in 1946 in Nebraska. When he was 17 years old, Randy Meisner wed his love, Jennifer Barton. Nevertheless, in 1981, they divorced. He joined this group in 1961. In 1965, Randy Meisner moved to La, where he played in a different group, called The Soul Survivors. After the name of the group was changed to The Inferior.
In 1968, Randy Meisner became an associate of some other group called Poco. He also appeared on the very first record of the group, that was named “Pickin’ Up the Pieces”. Yet, ahead of the record premiered to the general public, Randy Meisner needed to leave the group due to other members requesting him to do so. In 1969, Randy Meisner became an associate of some other group called Stone Canyon Band, that was directed by Ricky Nelson. But, the true success came to him when in 1971 Randy Meisner created a world known group called the Eagles. The group also added up enormous amounts of cash to the overall approximation of Randy Meisner net worth. A couple of years after, another solo album of Randy Meisner was released, called “One More Song”.