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Randy Meisner was born on 8 March 1946, in Scottsbluff, Nebraska USA, of German ancestry, although his grandparents were born in Russia. He is a musician and songwriter probably best known as one of the founding members of the world famous band The Eagles, which had a significant impact on his net worth.So, just how rich is Randy Meisner? The musician’s net worth is estimated to be over $15 million by sources, the larger part of his fortune having come from his successful music career, including concert performances all over the world. Randy also owes his wealth to clever stock market investments, large asset holdings, and profitable endorsement contracts with such as CoverGirl cosmetics. Furthermore, he has several restaurants, a football team, and his own brand of Vodka. Lately, he has entered the perfume and fashion business, as well. He has a luxurious residence in Los Angeles, where he lives with his family. He is known as being very frugal as well as a smart investor.
|Full Name||Randy Meisner|
|Net Worth||$15 Million|
|Date Of Birth||March 8, 1946|
|Place Of Birth||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|
|Albums||“Pickin’ Up the Pieces”, “Sweet Baby James”, “In Concert at the Troubadour”, “Garden Party”, “Love Me or Leave Me Alone” (2005), “Dallas” (2002),”One More Song” (1980), “Randy Meisner” (1978,1982), “When the Night Falls” (1991), “Meisner, Swan & Rich (as Meisner, Swan & Rich)” (2001)|
|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|