BiographyMeisner was born in Scottbluff in the Nebraska. It began in 1961 with a group called “The Dynamics” (then The drivin' Dynamics). In 1965 it left in California with a group called The Poor.
In 1970, Meisner joined the group of Rick Nelson Stone Canyon Band and contributes to two albums. At the same time it is in the group which accompanies Linda Ronstadt, which gives to him the opportunity of côtoyer Don Henley, Glenn Frey and Bernie Leadon. The four guides formed then The Eagles and carried out the first album éponyme in 1972.
The success of “The Eagles” involved the end of its activities of studio and with Linda Ronstadt. Meisner is primarily the bass player of the group and accompanies with the song, but he is also guitarist on certain pieces like “California Hotel” and on the albums Desperado , One The Border and Hotel California .
He wrote or Co-writing also several songs of the first five albums of Eagles, in particular " Take It To The Limit". He is the principal singer of his compositions.
It also took again its activity of musician of studio, accompanying by many artists such as James Taylor, Joe Walsh, daN Fogelberg and Richie Furay. It belonged to the group “Black Tie” which had a hit with a resumption of " Learning The Game" of Buddy Holly.
- Text of “Take it to the limit”
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