RANDY MEISNER CONCERT CHRONOLOGY

Last Updated: May 1, 2014

1961

Meisner forms the Dynamics with Larry Soto, Richard Rohnke, and John Ankeny

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Links
October (UD) Scottsbluff, NE   This was a private party  
October (UD) Scottsbluff High School, Scottsbluff, NE      
  Terry's Arena, Scottsbluff, NE Bobby Vee Band takes the name Dynamics for this gig.  
November 23     The band is officially formed on this date  
December 13 Little Moon Lake, Henry, NE      

1962

Rohnke leaves for the military late in the year. The band adds Paul Asmus on saxiphone and changes its name to Drivin' Dynamics. After a successful New Year's Eve show, John Ankeny announces he's leaving to join the Navy.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Links
December 31 Little Moon Lake, Henry, NE      

1963

Larry Soto's brother, Bobby is recruited to join the band.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Links
  VFW Hall, Ogallala, NE   This is the Dynamic's first out of town gig.  

1964

As their popularity continues to grow, they expand the group by including Dave Margheim on lead guitar and Steve Cassells on piano.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Links
         

1965

 

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Links
November 20 Western Exhibition Hall, Denver, CO Boenzee Cryque Battle of the Bands hosting nealry 50 local bands.  
November 24 Hungarian Hall, Omaha, NE    

1966

Meisner joins the Denver band, the Soul Survivors after losing to them in a Battle of the Bands in February. They play a few local gigs before packing up and leaving for California. They arrive and begin rehearsing as the North Serrano Blues Band but adopt the name The Poor when they signs with Greene and Stone for management.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Links
February (UD) Denver, CO Soul Survivors At a Battle of the Bands, the Soul Survivors asks Meisner to join them. He does.  
November 21-27 Whiskey a Go Go, Los Angeles, CA Buffalo Springfield    

1967

 

Late in the year, Randy Naylor decides to leave the struggling band. The Poor reaches back to Colorado and recruits former Moonraker, Veeder Van Dorn. The Poor manages to establish a brief residency at the Magic Mushroom in Ventura but nothing else clicks for them.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
June 20-24 Bido Lido's, Los Angeles, CA                  
August 3-8 Salvation Club, New York City, NY Jimi Hendrix According to Meisner, the Poor were supposed to open for Hendrix but the reaction to him was so good that the club manager chose not to have them play. They wound up doing only a couple sets and having to threaten the club manager for money to get plane tickets back to LA. Shortly after their arrival back in LA, they fire frontman John Day.              
August (UD) Unknown venue, Universal City, CA   Decca Records Promotional Seminar              
October 5-8 Magic Mushroom, Studio City, CA Kalaidoscope                
October 12-15 Magic Mushroom, Studio City, CA W.C. Fields                
October 27 Magic Mushroom, Studio City, CA Spirit                
November 2-5 Magic Mushroom, Studio City, CA Spirit                
November 10-13 Magic Mushroom, Studio City, CA                  
November 26 LA Ecstasy Parade, Los Angeles, CA                  

1968

The Poor crumbles to an ignominious end. They have managed to survive by serving as session men for Curt Boettcher's multiple pop projects such as Millineum. But it is not enough. In the summer of 1968, Meisner auditions for a band being put together by former Buffalo Springfield members Richie Furay and Jim Messina. He is pleased to find former Boenzee Cryque guitarist Rusty Young is part of the band. He gets the job and joins Pogo.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
November 7 Ironsides airs   The Poor performs during a scene in a bar performing an unknown tune. This clip has recently been posted on YouTube - The Poor is down to only 4 members at this point. Filming probably took place during the summer. By the time this airs, The Poor is no more and Meisner is a member of Poco.              

1969

After a dispute over mixing of Poco's first album, Meisner abruptly leaves the band. He is approached by Rick Nelson about putting a band together for him. Meisner recruits former Poor members Allen Kemp and Pat Shanahan. They initially have Sneaky Pete Kleinlow on steel guitar, but he departs for the Flying Burrito Brothers. Buddy Emmons takes over but is unwilling to commit full-time. Former Buckaroo Tom Brumley is recruited late in the year.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
April 1-6 Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA                
August 22-September 1 Bitter End, New York City, NY Nannette Natal  

           
  Cellar Door, Washington DC                  
September 12-13 Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA Coasters, NRBQ                
September 17-22 Main Point, Philadelphia, PA   Nelson returns to LA with a throat ailment and after examination, cancels his next engagements.              
September 30-October 10 Venice Club, Baltimore, MD                  
October 24-25 JD's, Phoenix, AZ    

           
October 28 Joey Bishop Show airs                  
October 28-November 2 Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA Steve Martin October 31 and November 1's shows were recorded for a live album released early next year.              
November 10 Joey Bishop Show airs Susan St. James, Barbara McNair                
December 10 Glen Cambell Show airs George Lindsey, Michelle Lee                
December Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA                  

1970

 

After the Stone Canyon Band's return from Europe, Meisner quits the group. Rick replaces him with former Raider Phil "Fang" Volk. Meisner wants a more steady income and considers sessions work. When that is a dry hole, he begins to form a new group, called Goldrush, with Steve Love and Dan Rossi. But the effort does not result in anything fruitful so he returns to the Stone Canyon Band.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
January 3 Scene '70 airs Lloyd Price                
January 7 Mike Douglas Show airs Janis Ian, Craig Hundley, Stan Kahn                
January 18 Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA   Rick does a one night performance              
January 29 Canterbury Inn, Spokane, WA                  
February 8 Scene '70 airs Clay Cole, Jim and Ingrid Croce, New Colony Six,                
February 13 Aces Club, City of Industry, CA                  
February 21 Valley Music Theatre, Woodland Hills, CA Flying Burrito Brothers, Glass Family                
March 3 Get It Together airs Illusion                
March 24 Darmstadt, West Germany                  
April London and Europe                  
April 20 Cellar Door, Washington DC                  
April 29 Johnny Cash Show airs Doug Kershaw, Chet Atkins, Loretta Lynn, Kris Kristofferson                
April 27-May 3 Lennie's, Boston, MA                
May 8-10 Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA                  
September 11-13 Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA David Bevins                
September 16-18 Troubadour, San Francisco, CA                  
November 17-22 Paul's Mall, Boston                

1971

At Rick Nelson's request, Meisner returns to the Stone Canyon Band. He stays long enough to record another album with Nelson but quits again. He returns to session work and works on Linda Ronstadt's album for Capitol. He is invited by John Boylan to join Ronstadt's backing back, which includes Glen Frey and Don Henley. They eventually decide to form their own group and become the Eagles.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
February 12 King's Ballroom, Norfolk, NE The Cement Trycycle              
February 14 Wayne State College, IA                  
  San Jose, CA   Backing Linda Ronstadt. She apparently doesn't like Meisner's bass playing and his stay with her is short-lived.              
June 12 Disneyland, Anaheim, CA The Rhythm Rebellion, The Sound Castle, Ltd. Backing Linda Ronstadt, this is the only time that the four original Eagles back Ronstadt. Bernie Leadon joins them onstage for this show.

           
August (UD) The Gallery, Aspen, CO   Billed as Teen King and the Emergencies, these are the proto-Eagles working out their live sets.              
August (UD) Tulagi's, Boulder, CO   Billed as Teen King and the Emergencies              

1972

After a low-key debut, the Eagles spend the bulk of their first year opening for a host of English bands. Their debut album spawns three chart singles and gives them the basis for headline status by the end of the year.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
  Westlake School For Girls, Westlake, CA   First paying gig as the Eagles              
April 20 Coliseum, Spokane, WA Joe Cocker              
April 21 Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR Joe Cocker, Jerry Lochran        

     
June 14 State Fairgrounds Arena, Lawton, OK Jethro Tull                
June 15 Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City, MO Jethro Tull        

     
June 16 Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA Jethro Tull                
June 17 Convention Center Rotunda, Las Vegas, NV Jethro Tull              
June 18 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX Jethro Tull                
June 20 Convention Center, Hemisfair, San Antonio, TX Jethro Tull  

           
June 21 Civic Coliseum, El Paso, TX Jethro Tull  

           
July 2-3 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA Procol Harum                
July 6 San Diego, CA                  
July 10 Coliseum, Greensboro, NC Humble Pie, Black Oak Arkansas  

   

 

     
July 11 Memphis, TN                  
July 12 Birmingham, AL                  
July 13 Sports Arena, Atlanta, GA                  
July 14 A Warehouse, New Orleans, LA Procol Harum  

 

       
July 15 Civic Center, Virginia Beach, VA Procol Harum      

       
July 26 Mississippi River Fest, SIU, Edwardsville, IL Yes Show postponed and the Eagles do not participate              
July 28 Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, TN Yes                
July 30 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX Yes                
July 31 Hofheinz Pavilion, Houston, TX Yes                
August 1 Fairgrounds Arena, Oklahoma City, OK Yes                
August 2 Coliseum, Denver, CO Yes                
August 4 Arena, Long Beach, CA Yes, Edgar Winter                
August 5 Community Theater, Berkeley, CA Yes, Edgar Winter                
August 6 Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR Yes, Edgar Winter                
August 7 PNE Coliseum, Vancouver, BC Yes, Edgar Winter                
August 8 Center Coliseum, Seattle, WA Yes, Edgar Winter                
August 11 Rubber Bowl, Akron, OH Yes, Mahavishnu Orchestra                
August 12 Convention Hall, Asbury Park, NJ Yes, Edgar Winter                
August 13 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD Yes                
August 14 Dillon Stadium, Hartford, CT Yes, Edgar Winter                
August 15 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA Yes, Jo Jo Gunne                
August 20 Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, TN Yes                
August 21 Stanley Theater, Pittsburgh, PA Jo Jo Gunne                
August 31 Indianpolis, IN                  
September 2 Dane Co. Coliseum, Madison, WI Black Oak Arkansas, Dr. Bob and Headliners                
September 8 Indoor Stadium, Duke University, Mahavishnu Orchestra                
September 10 War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse, NY T-Rex, Fabulous Rhinestones T-Rex cancels and Fabulous Rhinestones fill in.              
September 15 Sportatorium, Miami Beach, FL Yes                
September 16 Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, FL Yes                
September 17 Veteran's Memorial Coliseum, Jacksonville, FL Yes                
September 19 Gardens, Cincinnati, OH Yes, Gentle Giant                
September 20 Fairgrounds Coliseum, Indianapolis, IN Yes, Gentle Giant                
September 21 Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI Yes                
September 22 Arie Crown, Chicago, IL Yes                
September 23 Armory, Minneapolis, MN Yes                
September 24 Mecca Arena, Milwaukee, WI Yes                
September 26 Music Hall, Boston, MA Yes                
September 27 Coliseum, Richmond, VA Yes  

           
September 29 Felt Forum, New York City, NY Jackson Browne, J.D. Souther                
October 1 University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL Yes The Eagles are one hour late getting to the venue.            
October 2 Carolina Coliseum, Columbia, SC Yes                
October 3 Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, NC Yes  

           
October 6 Bronco Bowl, Dallas, TX Jackson Browne, J.D. Souther  

           
October 7 Tarrent Co. Convention Center, Ft. Worth, TX Jackson Browne, J.D. Souther                
November 28 Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT Ten Years After, Wild Turkey                
December 1 Claremont College, Claremont, CA J. Giels Band                
December 2 Royce Hall, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA Linda Ronstadt                

1973

The Eagles record a concept album DESPERADO that is a disappointing chart performer but gains critical acclaim. Their support tour includes a performance in Santa Monica where they perform the album as their live set.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
April 19 McFarlin Auditorium, Dallas, TX                  
April 27 University of Ohio, Athens, OH Blood, Sweat & Tears, Billy Preston, Bruce Springsteen                
May 3 Flowers Hall, Florence State University, Florence, AL Grin                
May 10 Kleinhans Music Hall, Buffalo, NY Spooky Tooth                
May 13 University Center, University of Akron, Akron, OH Spooky Tooth A correction to the venue.

           
May 18 Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ                  
May 21 Orpheum Theater, Minneapolis, MN Spooky Tooth  

           
May 23 Civic Center, Detroit, MI Humble Pie                
May 25 Mississippi River Festival, SIU, Edwardsville, IL Liv Taylor                
June 2 A Warehouse, New Orleans, LA        

       
June 3 Nashville, TN                  
June 6 Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, FL REO Speedwagon                
June 8 Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, FL REO Speedwagon                
June 16 Community Theater, Berkeley, CA King Crimson                
June 21 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA   The Eagles perform the album DESPERADO in sequence as their set              
June 22 San Diego, CA                  
August 1-2 Wollman Rink, Central Park, New York City, NY                  
August 23 Good Vibrations From Central Park airs                  
November 14 Memorial Hall, Kansas City, MO Dan Fogelberg                
December 7 Palace Concert Theatre, Providence, RI James Montegomery, Maria Muldauer    

         
December 8 Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ                  
December 9 Providence, RI                  
December 10 Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY                  
December 11 Atlantic Christian College Gym, Wilson, NC                  
December 14 Memorial Auditorium, Kansas City, KS Maria Muldauer                
December 15 Springfield, MO                  
December 19 Community Center Music Hall, Tucson, AZ Jesse Colin Young                
December 20 Golden Hall, San Diego, CA   A correction to the venue.

           

1974

 

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
March 19 Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary, Canada                  
March 22 Paramount Northwest, Portland, OR        

     
March 26 Cuesta College, San Luis Obispo, CA Neil Young                
March 29 Winterland, San Francisco, CA Cold Blood, Journey                
April 6 Ontario Motor Speedway, Ontario, CA Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, ELP, Seals & Crofts, Filmed for "California Jam"              
April 7 Robertson Gym, UC Santa Barbara, CA Jesse Colin Young    

         
April 8 Waikiki Shell, Honolulu, HI Linda Ronstadt                
April 19 McFarlin Auditorium, SMU, Dallas, TX          

     
April 21 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX                  
April 23 Louisiana Tech, Memorial Auditorium, Ruston, LA                  
April 25 Champaign, IL                  
April 26 Chicago, IL                  
April 27 Notre Dame University, South Bend, IN                  
April 28 Cedar Falls, IA REO Speedwagon, Steely Dan Thanks to Jim Mullin for this addition and Joe Peterson for noting that Steely Dan did not perform              
April 29 Winterland, San Francisco, CA Cold Blood, Journey                
May 2 Providence, RI                  
May 3 Buffalo, NY                  
May 4 Genesco, NY                  
May 7 Lock Haven, PA                  
May 9 Pittsburgh, PA                  
May 10 Akron, OH                  
May 11 Athens, OH                  
May 12 Dayton, OH                  
May 13 Columbus, OH                  
May 16 Richmond, VA                  
May 17 Washington DC                  
May 18 Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ                  
May 19 Philadelphia, PA                  
May 19 Dome Arena, Monroe Co Fairgrounds, Rochester, NY                  
May 20 New York City, NY                  
May 22 Detroit, MI                  
May 24 Allen Theater, Cleveland, OH                  
May 25 Mershon Gym, Ohio State U., Columbus, OH                  
May 26 Grand Rapids, MI                  
June 7 Civic Auditorium, San Diego, CA                  
June 8 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA                  
June 9 Community Theater, Berkeley, CA                  
June 27 Las Vegas, NV                  
June 30 Jeppson Stadium, Houston, TX Allman Brothers                
July 7 Memorial Coliseum, Ft. Wayne, IN Joe Walsh, Souther-Hillman-Furay Band                
July 17 Mississippi River Festival, SIU, Edwardsville, IL Joe Walsh                
July 19 Ozark Music Festival, Sedia, MO                  
July 25 Civic Center, Akron, OH Souther-Hillman-Furay Band                
July 26 Boston Garden, Boston, MA Allman Brothers                
July 30 Omni, Atlanta, GA                  
August 10 Charlotte Motor Speedway, Charlotte, NC                  
August 22 Music Inn, Lenox, MA    

           
August 23 Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City, NJ Beach Boys                
August 30 Performing Arts Center, Sarasota Springs, NY Jose Feliciano, Suzi Quatro, Stampeders Part of the American Song Festival              
September 1 Bloomington, MN                  
September 2 Marysville, TN                  
September 27 Omni, Atlanta, GA                  
October 16 Coliseum, University of Georgia, Athens, GA                  
October 19 Littlejohn Coliseum, Clemson University, Clemson, SC                  
December 27 Santa Barbara, CA                  
December 28 Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA Dan Fogelberg                
December 29 Civic Plaza Exhibit Hall, Phoenix, AZ Dan Fogelberg                
December 31 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA Dan Fogelberg              

1975

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
January 18 Aukland, New Zealand                  
January 22 Hoernan Pavilion, Sydney, Australia                   
January 28-29 Festival Hall, Melbourne, Australia                  
February 2-3 Festival Hall, Tokyo, Japan                  
February 12 HIC Arena, Honolulu, HI                  
April 22 Austin, TX                  
April 23 Houston, TX                  
April 25 Lexington, KY                  
April 26 Indianapolis, IN                  
April 27 Drake Stadium, Drake University, Des Moines, IA Dan Fogelberg, Minnie Riperton  

           
April 28 Macomb, IL                  
April 29 Chattanooga, TN                  
April 30 Municipal Auditorium, Nashville, TN                
May 3 Kent State University, Kent, OH Dan Fogelberg    

         
May 6 St. Louis, MO                  
May 7 Columbus, OH                  
May 8 Edgewater Raceway Park, Cincinnati, OH                  
May 10-11 Chicago, IL                  
May 14 Music Hall, Boston, MA Dan Fogelberg                
May 15 Civic Center, Springfield, MA Dan Fogelberg        

     
May 16 Academy of Music, New York City, NY Dan Fogelberg                
May 17 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA Dan Fogelberg                
May 19 Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ                  
May 20 Hersey Park Arena, Hershey, PA Dan Fogelberg                
May 22 Capitol Centre, Largo, MD                  
May 23 Civic Center, Roanoke, VA Linda Ronstadt                
May 24 Coliseum, Hampton, VA Linda Ronstadt                
May 25 Coliseum, Richmond, VA Linda Ronstadt                
May 27 Atlanta, GA                  
May 28 Birmingham, AL                  
May 30 Jacksonville, FL                  
May 31 Tampa Stadium, Tampa, FL Seals & Crofts, Linda Ronstadt, Charlie Daniels Band              
June 4 Nashville, TN                  
June 5 Memphis, TN                  
June 6 Kansas City, MO                  
June 8 Milwaukee, WI Dan Fogelberg                
June 21 Wembley Stadium, London, England                  
June 26-27 Pine Knob Music Theater, Clarkson, MI                  
June 29 Coliseum, Oakland, CA Doobie Brothers                
June 30 Sacramento, CA                  
  Forum, Los Angeles, CA                
July 3 Sellend Arena, Fresno, CA                
July 5 Phoenix, AZ                  
July 6 Cotton Bowl, Dallas, TX Rolling Stones, Trapeze, Montrose                
July 19 War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse, NY Joe Walsh                
July 19 Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City, NJ                  
July 20 Rich Stadium, Buffalo, NY Seals & Crofts, Judy Collins,Yes                
July 22 Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland, OH Dan Fogelberg    

         
July 23 Hara Arena, Dayton, OH                  
July 24 Convocation Center, Notre Dame, South Bend, IN Poco              
July 27 Iowa State Fairgrounds, Des Moines, IA Ozark Mt. Daredevils, Dan Fogelberg, J.D. Souther, Bonnie Koloc Thanks to Joe Peterson for the Souther cancellation.    

     
July 29 Mississippi River Festival, SIU, Edwardsville, IL J. D. Souther                
July 30 Civic Center, Charleston, WVA Dave Mason                
August 1 Coliseum, Greensboro, SC Seals & Crofts                
August 4 Freedom Hall, Johnson City, TN Poco              
August 5 Portland, ME                  
August 6 Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL Dan Fogelberg                
August 7 Von Braun Civic Center, Huntsville, AL Poco                
August 9 Washington Park, Chicago, IL Linda Ronstadt                
August 18-19 Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO                  
August 21 Paramount Northwest, Seattle, WA Roger McGuinn                
August 22 Coliseum, Portland, OR                  
August 26 Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT                  
August 27 Las Vegas, NV                  
August 28 Community Center, Tucson, AZ                  
August 29 El Paso, TX                  
September 4 Waikiki Shell, Honolulu, HI Dan Fogelberg                
September 21 Edgewater Raceway Park, Cincinnati, OH Marshall Tucker Band, Charlie Daniels Band, Fleetwood Mac, REO Speedwagon, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Earl Scruggs, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band                
September 25 Phoenix Municipal Stadium, Phoenix, AZ Jackson Browne, Linda Ronstadt, Toots & Maytals This show was moved from Tempe Stadium      

     
September 27 Balboa Stadium, San Diego, CA                  
September 28 Convention Center, Anaheim, CA Jackson Browne, Linda Ronstadt                
October 8 Civic Center, Providence, RI                  
October 9-10 Boston Garden, Boston, MA                  
October 12 University of Indiana, Bloomington, IN                  
October 13-14 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI                  
October 17 Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY                  
October 18 Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA                  
October 20-21 Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland, OH                  

1976

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
January Japan                  
January Australia                  
January New Zealand                  
February 12 Blaisdell Arena, Honolulu, HI      

         
April 21 Texas Opry House,                  
May 1 Hughes Stadium, Sacramento, CA Linda Ronstadt This show was a benefit for the Yes on Prop. 15 campaign.            
May 14 Capitol Centre, Largo, MD Linda Ronstadt, Dan Fogelberg Benefit for Jerry Brown              
July 2 Coliseum, Greensboro, SC Fleetwood Mac  

           
July 3 Omni, Atlanta, GA Fleetwood Mac                
July 4 Tampa Stadium, Tampa, FL Fleetwood Mac              
July 5 Sportatorium, Hollywood, FL                  
July 19 Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City, NJ Seals & Crofts, Poco                
July 20 Olympic Stadium, Detroit, MI                  
July 21 Louisville Center & Exhibition Hall, Louisville, KY                  
July 22 Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati, OH                  
July 24 Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh, PA Fleetwood Mac, Boz Scaggs                
July 25 Schaeffer Stadium Foxboro, MA Fleetwood Mac, Boz Scaggs                
July 27-28 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA Boz Scaggs                
July 29 Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City, NJ Boz Scaggs                
August 3 Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA Linda Ronstadt, Loggins & Messina                
August 5 Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR J.D. Souther  

           
August 6 Kingdome, Seattle, WA Linda Ronstadt  

           
August 8 Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO Linda Ronstadt, Pure Prairie League                
August 9 City Auditorium Arena, Omaha, NE   The band cancels the remainder of their summer tour to go back into the recording studio.              
October 14 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA                  
October 16 McKale Center, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ J. D. Souther                
October 19-21 Forum, Los Angeles, CA J.D. Souther                
October 29 Albuquerque, NM                  
October 30 El Paso, TX                  
November 1 Municipal Auditorium, Austin, TX J.D. Souther                
November 2 San Antonio, TX                  
November 3 Tarrent Co. Convention Center, Ft. Worth, TX J.D. Souther              
November 7 Shreveport, LA                  
November 8 Lloyd Noble Center, Norman, OK J. D Souther                
November 10 Des Moines, IA                  
November 11-12 Chicago Stadium, Chicago, IL   November 12ths show was cancelled              
November 12 Crisler Arena, University of MI, Ann Arbor, MI J.D. Souther                
November 14 Civic Center, Omaha, NB                  
November 15 Kansas State University, Wichita, KS                  
November 16 Assembly Center, Tulsa, OK                  
November 18 Minneapolis, MN                  
November 19 Dane Co. Coliseum, Madison, WI                  
November 20 Lafayette, LA                  
November 22 Indianapolis, IN                  
November 23 St. Louis, MO                  
November 24 Kemper Arena, Kansas City, MO                  
December 10 Arena, University of New Mexico, Santa Fe, NM                  
December 11 Civic Center, El Paso, TX J.D. Souther        

     
December 13 UNM Arena, Albuquerque, NM J.D. Souther  

           

1977

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
January 14 Cleveland, OH                  
March 14 Civic Center, Springfield, MA Jimmy Buffett                
March 15-16 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY Jimmy Buffett                
March 18 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY Jimmy Buffett                
March 19 War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester, NY Jimmy Buffett              
March 21-22 Capitol Centre, Largo, MD Jimmy Buffett              
March 23 Coliseum, Richmond, VA Jimmy Buffett  

           
March 25 The Scope, Norfolk, VA Jimmy Buffett                
March 26 Veteran's Memorial Coliseum, New Haven, CT Jimmy Buffett                
March 27 Broome Co. Coliseum, Binghampton, NY Jimmy Buffett                
March 29 Forum, Montreal, Canada                  
March 30 Maple Leaf Garden, Toronto, Canada                  
March 31- April 1 Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland, OH                
April 25-28 Empire Pool, Wembley, London, England Dan Fogelberg              
April 30-May 1 Apollo Center, Glasgow, Scotland Dan Fogelberg              
May 3-4 Bingley Hall, Stafford, England    

           
May 7 Olympic Hall, Munich, Germany                  
May 8 Fest Halle, Frankfort, Germany                  
May 9 Phillips Halle, Dusseldorf, Germany                  
May 11-13 Ahoy Complex, Rotterdam, Denmark                  
May 15 Congress Center, Hamburg, Germany                  
May 17 Trivoli Hall, Stockholm, Sweden                  
May 18 Stadium Nya Ullevi, Gothenburg, Sweden                   
May 28, 30 Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA Heart, Steve Miller Band, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Foreigner                
June 18 Civic Center, Roanoke, VA Heart                
June 19-20 Omni, Atlanta, GA Andrew Gold                
June 21 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD                  
June 23 Municipal Auditorium, Nashville, TN                  
June 24 Civic Center, Birmingham, AL                  
June 25 Municpal Auditorium, Mobile, AL Andrew Gold  

           
June 27 Coliseum, Greensboro, SC                
June 28 Coliseum, Knoxville, TN   Meisner and Frey have a fistfight backstage. Meisner decides to leave the Eagles after the tour is completed.              
June 29 Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, TN                  
July 1 Civic Center, Savannah, GA                  
July 2 Miami Stadium, Miami, FL                  
July 3 Tangerine Bowl, Orlando, FL Jimmy Buffet, Hall & Oates                
July 6 Myriad Convention Center, Oklahoma City, OK                  
July 7-8 Tarrent Co. Convention Center, Ft. Worth, TX    

           
July 9 Jeppeson Stadium, Houston, TX   According to Rolling Stone, Frey and Meisner have another altercation after this show. Tim Schmit of Poco is rumored to be Meisner's replacement as the Eagles postpone their August and September shows.            
September 1-3 Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy, WI                  

1978

Randy Meisner Group forms with Kelly Shanahan (d), Kerry Morris (b), Jerry Swallow (g) and John Hobbs (k). He does a short tour and is frustrated with the lack of response and sales to his solo album. In December, Meisner announces he's leaving the music business and returns to Scottsbluff.

 

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
July 21 Cabaret Club, Aspen, CA                  
July 25 Municipal Auditorium, Birmingham, AL                  
July 27 Coliseum, Biloxi, MS                  
July 28 Centroplex, Baton Rogue, LA                  
July 29 Convention Center Arena, Pine Bluff, AK                  
July 30 Coliseum, Nashville, TN                  
August 1 Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, TN                  
August 2 Mississippi River Festival, SIU, Edwardsville, IL                  
August 4 Miami Stadium, Miami, FL                  
August 5 Tangerine Bowl, Orlando, FL Jimmy Buffett, Steve Miller, Little River Band Meisner cancelled and local band Southpaw replaced him              
August 8 Coliseum, Nashville, TN                  
August 25-26 Golden Bear, Huntington Beach, CA                  
September 1-3 Roxy, Los Angeles, CA Bill Champlin              
September 5-7 Boarding House, San Francisco, CA                
September 8 Universal Amphitheatre, Universal City, CA Bob Welsh              

1980

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
December 5 Midnight Special, NBC-TV airs   Meisner performs Hearts on Fire and Deep Inside My Heart with Kim Carnes.              
December 11 Riverboat President, New Orleans, LA                

 

1981

Meisner forms the Silverados touring group that includes Greg Palmer (b), Todd Smith (g), Sterling Smith (k, g), Don Francisco (d) and Therese Heston (vocals)

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
February 5 Golden Bear, Huntington Beach, CA                
February 10 Ol' Man River's, Avondale, LA The Top Cats  

           
February 12 The Summitt, Houston, TX Beach Boys                
February 14 Assembly Center, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA Beach Boys  

           
February 21 Mississippi Coast Coliseum, Biloxi, MS Beach Boys              
February 22 Mabee Center, Tulsa, OK Beach Boys                
February 23 Eastern New Mexico University, Portales, NM Beach Boys                
February 24 University Arena, UNM, Albuquerque, NM Beach Boys        

     
February 27 Fridays, ABC-TV airs   Meisner performs Hearts on Fire              
February 28 Ebbetts Field, Denver, CO   Show was broadcast live on local Denver FM station              
March 1 Electric Cowboy, Omaha, NE Jimmy Speeris  

           
March 3 Headliners, Madison, WI          

     
March 4 Chicago, IL                  
March 5 The Palms, Milwaukee, WI                  
March 7 Cincinnati, OH                  
March 8 Agora Theater, Columbus, OH                
March 9 Agora Theater, Cleveland, OH Roseanne Cash        

     
March 11-12 Bottom Line, New York City, NY Roseanne Cash Show on the 11th was broadcast live on WNEW-FM            
March 13 My Father's Place, Roslyn, LI, NY                  
March 14 Emerald City, Cherry Hill, NJ                  
March 15 The Paradise, Boston, MA Cabin Fever              
March 18 Neighbors of Woodcraft, Portland, OR Pilot              
March 19 Paramount Theater, Seattle, WA Skyboys  

   

     
March 22 Keystone, Palo Alto, CA Bob Dubac              
March 23 Old Waldorf, San Francisco, CA Bob Dubac              
March 26 Country Club, Reseda, CA Bob Dubac  

Set List

Deep Inside My Heart

Take it to the Limit

           
March 25 Bacchanal, San Diego, CA                  
March 27-28 Golden Bear, Huntington Beach, CA        

     
March 29 County Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA America, Dave Mason              
April 8 PM Magazine airs                  
May 17 Nippon Seinenkan, Tokyo, Japan                  
May 18 Nippon Seinenkan, Tokyo, Japan                  
May 22 Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo, Japan                  
July 21 Merv Griffin Show airs                  
December 12 Bottom Line, New York City, NY                  

1982

Meisner revamps Silverados - Sterling Smith remains but the rest of the group consists of Dixon House (k), Howard Leese (g), Denny Carmassi (d), Tom Erak (b), John Corey (g)

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
September 3 Knotts Berry Farm, Buena Park, CA                  
Septembr 15 Distillery East, Escondido, CA   Show was postponed until October 15.              
September 17-18 Golden Bear, Huntington Beach, CA                
September 19 Humphrey's, Half Moon Inn, San Diego, CA   Show was cancelled            
September 21 Rissmiller's, Reseda, CA                
October 8 Solid Gold airs                  
October 14 Golden Bear, Huntington Beach, CA                  
October 15 Distillery East, Escondido, CA                  
October 21 Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX                  
October 24 Billy Bob's, Ft. Worth, TX                
October 25 Graham Central Station, Oklahoma City, OK                  
October 29 Fieldhouse, Ft. Lewis College, Durango, CO Little River Band                
October 30 Arnold Hall, Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, CO Little River Band                
October 31 Arena, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY Little River Band                
November 3 Arena, Arizona State Fairgrounds, Phoenix, AZ Little River Band                
November 5 Dee Events Center, Weber State University, Ogden, UT Little River Band                
November 6 Arena Field House, Montana State University, Boseman, MT Little River Band                
November 7 Fieldhouse, University of Montana, Missoula, MT Little River Band                
November 8 Nicholson Pavillion, Central Washington University, Ellensberg, WA Little River Band                
November 9 Parker's, Seattle, WA Skyboys  

           
November 12-14 Universal Amphitheatre, Universal City, CA Little River Band                
November 16 Rissmiller's, Reseda, CA                
December 1 Nick's Uptown Theater, Dallas, TX   Show was recorded live. CD issued in Japan in 2002              
December 11 Riverboat President, New Orleans, LA    

           
December 12 UF Bandshell, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL The Night                
December 15 The Stage East, Stuart, FL                  

1983

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
January 25 Yubin Chokin Kaikan, Tokyo, Japan                  
January 26 Shibuya Kokaido, Tokyo, Japan                  
January 27 Kosei Nenkin Kaikan, Osaka, Japan                
January 28 Aichi Kinro Kaikan, Nagoya, Japan                  
January 30 Nihon Seinenkan, Tokyo, Japan                  
June 25 College Grove Center, San Diego, CA The Steamers, Gerry Baze and Touch of Country  

           
June 30-July2 Gehring, NE                  
July 6 Denver, CO                  

1985

Randy forms a trio with Billy Swan and Jimmy Griffin under the name of Black Tie. They make a few low-key club appearances and prepare to make a major push with an album and national tour in the upcoming year.

 

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
December 11 At My Place, Santa Monica, CA                  

1986

Meisner and Black Tie begin their first major tour. Blondie Chaplin and George Michalski round out the touring band.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
January 27-29 Lone Star Cafe, New York City, NY                  
February 8 Harlow's, Stone Mountain, GA                  
February 14 Chicago, IL                  
June 17 Cinegrill, Hollywood, CA                
July 8 Cinegrill, Hollywood, CA                  
September 5 Kono Hawaii, Santa Ana, CA   Just learned that this show was cancelled when the promoters stopped shows at the Kono.              

1987

Meisner forms the Roberts-Meisner Band with former Burrito Brother and Firefall mainstay, Rick Roberts. Rounding out the band were Dewey Martin (d), Billy Darnell (g) and Cary Park (g). Ron Grinel replaces Dewey Martin after the Reno gigs. Despite recording some demos, the band never gains the attention of a record label.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
May 29 The Dugout, Post Falls, WA                  
June 29 - July 12 Reno Hilton, Reno, NV   During this stand, Dewey Martin has to use oxygen to get through his sets. Roberts fires him and replaces him with Ron Grinel.              
October 8 O.T. Price's Music Hall, Santa Cruz, CA                  
November (UD) Palace, Los Angeles, CA   Meisner sits in with Richard Marx at his concert. Timothy B. Schmit also appears.              
November (UD) Montana's, Seattle, WA                  
November 29 Bacchanal, San Diego, CA Gene Clark & Byrds              
December 5 DeAnza Theater, Riverside, CA                  
December 9 Oregon Electric Station, Eugene, OR                  
December 31 Calvary Presbyterian Church, San Francisco, CA                

1988

The Roberts-Meisner Band continues to gigs in clubs around the country but still are unable to secure a record deal. Late in the year, Rusty Young contacts Meisner and invites him to join a Poco reunion.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
January 2 O..T. Price's Music Hall, Santa Cruz, CA Stormin' Norman & Cyclones                
February 13-14 Brandy's Restaurant and Lounge, Bend OR   Two shows each day              
March 12 O.T. Price's Music Hall, Santa Cruz, CA Stormin' Norman & Cyclones                
March 15 Last Day Saloon, CA                  
May 13 Temple Theatre, Tacoma, WA Gene Clark & Byrds Cancellation was due to Clark's illness              
June 10-July 3 Players Lounge, Sands Casino, Atlantic City, NJ    

           
November 2 Entex, Toronto, Canada                  
November 4 Odd Rock Cafe, Milwaukee, WI                  
November 9 Nashville Now, TNN-TV airs                  

1989

The Roberts-Meisner Band disbands after a series of low-key shows early in the year.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
March 2 Backstage, Seattle, WA                  
May 23 Strawberry Festival, Oxnard, CA                  

1989-1991

Meisner rejoins Poco for the LEGACY project. They record the reunion album in 1989, tour in 1990 and some short appearances in 1991. Black Tie briefly reforms when a country DJ lifts their Buddy Holly cover of Learning the Game and it garn"ers airplay in November 1990. James Griffin leaves shortly thereafter to form the Rivingtons. Billy Swan and Meisner continue as the Randy Meisner Group until Charlie Rich Jr. joins up and they form Meisner, Rich & Swan.

1992

 

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
July 20 Cowboy Boogie Co., Anaheim, CA Boy Howdy, Purple Sky Benefit for Boy Howdy member Hugh Wright              
August 20 The Strand, Rendondo Beach, CA Jim Messina Band                
August 27 Belly Up Tavern, San Diego, CA Jim Messina Band                
October 18 Coach House, San Juan Capistrano, CA Jim Messina Band                
November 21 Konocti Harbor Resort, Clear Lake, CA Jim Messina Band                

1993

 

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
February 6 Rhythm Cafe, San Diego, CA Jim Messina Band                
February 13 Ventura Concert Theatre, Ventura, CA Jim Messina Band                
May 15 Strawberry Festival, Ventura, CA                  
June 4-6 Park Plaza, Tooele, UT Harmony, Wasatch, Virgin River Band, , Oasis, Ronny Mark Peterson                
June 25 Paradiso Talentenshow, Amsterdam, Netherlands                  
July 3 Clearwater Beach, Clearwater, FL Jim Messina Band                
August 12 Woodland Park Zoo, Seattle, WA                  
October 7 Belly Up Tavern, Solano Beach, CA Jim Messina Band                
October 16 Natchez, MS                  

1994

Now known as Meisner, Rich and Swan, the band continues to play clubs but fails to secure a recording deal.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
March (UD) The Bay, Salt Lake City, UT                  
April 1 Pasadena, CA                  
April 6 Coach House, San Juan Capistrano, CA                  
May 21 Faneuil Hall, Boston, MA                  
June 24 Mountain Winery, Saratoga, CA Jim Messina Band                
June 25 Mountain Winery, Saratoga, CA Jim Messina Band                

1995

Meisner, Rich and Swan disbands early in the year. After six months of pursuasion, Nick St. Nicholas convinces Meisner to join the World Classic Rockers. They make only one appearance this year.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
January 12 Buffalo Rose, Golden, CO                  
January 19 Dee Event Center, Ogden, UT Colin Raye                
January 29 Crazy Horse, Santa Ana, CA Colin Raye                

1996

The World Classic Rockers initially consist of Nick St. Nicholas, Randy Meisner, Michael Monarch, Fergie Fredrickson, and Denny Laine.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
April 6 Coach House, San Juan Capistrano, CA   Meisner, Rich and Swan show              
August 31 Antelope Valley Fair, Lancaster, CA   Meisner, Rich and Swan show              

1997

Spencer Davis joins the lineup in the fall, as did Carmine Appice.

 

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
October 31 Chilkoot Charlies, Anchorage, AK                  
November 1 Ft. Rich Buckner Center, Anchorage, AK   Benefit for MADD              

1998

Appice leaves at the end of January.

 

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
July 24 Orange County Fair, Costa Mesa, CA                  
August 21 Kingdome, Seattle, WA   Perform after Seattle Mariners baseball game.              
August 23 Crossroads Bar & Grill, Yucaipa, CA                  
September 3 Antelope Valley Fair, Lancaster, CA                  

1999

 

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
May 2 Farm Show Arena, Harrisburg, PA    

           
May 29 Great Midwest Fair, Balmoral Park, IL                  
July (UD) Mohegan Sun Casino, Wolf Den                  
July 8-July 18 Palace Theater, Claridge Casino Hotel, Altantic City, NJ                  
September 18 Los Angeles, CA                  
October 13 Birchmere, Alexandria, VA                  

2000

 

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
June 4 Sunset Station, San Antonio, TX                  
July 16 Orange County Fair, Costa Mesa, CA                  
July 21 Ector County Coliseum, Odessa, TX                  
July 26-30 Claridge Casino Hotel, Atlantic City, NJ                  
August 8-9 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA Linda Ronstadt, Emmy Lou Harris, Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, David Crosby, Graham Nash, David Lindley, Warren Zeavon, Chris Hillman, Colin Hay Fred Walecki Benefit              
August 19 Scotts Bluff County Fair, Scotts Bluff, NB Drivin' Dynamics, Rockits                

2001

 

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
July 3 Alameda County Fairgrounds, Pleasanton, CA                  
July 13-14 Oregon Trail Lounge, Scottsbluff, NB Drivin' Dynamics Meisner rejoins Dynamics for a 40th anniversary show in his hometown              
July 15 Beach Ride 10, San Buenaventura State Park, Ventura, CA Edgar Winter, Pat Rettig Band              
July 26-30 Claridge Casino, Atlantic City, NJ                  

2002

Randall Hall from Lynyrd Skynyrd joins in November.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
June (UD) Del Mar Fairgrounds, Del Mar, CA Eddie Money                
July 18 Seaside Park, Brooklyn, NY Alan Parsons, Christopher Cross, Mark Farner, Jack Bruce, Eric Carmen                
July 20 RockFest, Cadott, WI Loverboy, Blondie, George Thorogood, Robert Plant                
July 28 Fri after Convention Center, Philadelphia, PA Bill Cosby                
August 28 Laughlin,NV                  
August 30-September 1 Enschede, the Netherlands Meisner did not make this trip to Europe.                
September 4 Summerpop, Maassluis, Holland                  
September 6 Maassluis, Holland                  
September 7 Heerlen, Holland                  
September 11 Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV                  
September 12 Exxon Conference, Convention Center, Minneapolis, MN                  
October 18 Sun after Rock to the Rescue, Cleveland, OH Mark Farner, Felix Cavalieri, Sam & Dave, Eddie Money, Foreigner, Survivor, Bad Company, REO Speedwagon, Styx, and Edgar Winter                
October 24 Dubai                  
December 31 Hilton Waikoloa Village, Honolulu, HI                  

2003

Aynsley Dunbar joins on drums in May. Ron Wikso and Kurt Griffey leave to join the Greg Rolie Band.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
March 4 Mandalay Bay Hotel, Las Vegas, NV                  
June 20 Phoenix, AZ   2 showcase gigs for corporations              
July 22 Vancouver, BC                  
July 26 Vancouver, BC                  
August 3 Paso Robles, CA                  
August 8 Ypsilanti, MI                  
August 16 Sam's Town, Las Vegas, NV   Harley Davidson party              
October 1 Salt Lake City, UT                  
October (UD) Manchester Grand Hyatt, San Diego, CA   AHCA/CAHF Convention              
November 16 Phoenix, AZ                  
December 3 Chicago, IL                  
December 31                    

2004

Meisner suffers chest pains and is admitted to the hospital on August 6. Alex Ligertwood of Santana joins the group in October.

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
January 12 Maui, HI                  
January 28 Scottsdale, AZ                  
February 17 Maui, HI                  
February 23 RSA Conference, Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA                  
March (UD) Sam's Town, Las Vegas, NV                  
March 13 Scottsdale, AZ                  
March 19 Dana Point, CA                  
March 29 Dana Point, CA                  
April 17 Miccosukee Everglades Festival, Miccosukee Indian Village, Everglades, FL                  
May 13 Puerto Rico                  
May 19 Burmuda                  
June 3 Bottleneck Blues Bar, Ameristar Casino, St. Charles, MO                  
June 5 Tyson's Corner, VA                  
June 12 Phoenix. AZ                  
June 16 Boston, MA                  
June 26 AOA Conference, Kissimmee, FL                  
June 29 Reno, NV                  
July 17 Music on Main Street, Frisco, CO                  
August 13 Circle R Ranch, Flower Mound, TX                  
Sept. 17th Lac du Flambeau, WI Lake of the Torches Casino                  
October 3 Amos's South End, Charlotte, NC   Private birthday party              
October 6 Maui, HI   Alex Ligertwood's first gig              
October (UD) Museum of Flight, Seattle, WA                  
November 5-6 Golden Phoenix Hotel and Casino, Reno, NV                  
December 18 Canyon Club, Agora Hills, CA                  

2005

Meisner suffers chest pains late in the previous year and decides to cut back on his commitments with the WCR. He becomes a featured performer that appears only on certain shows.

 

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
January 6 Orlando, FL                  
January 8 Las Vegas, NV                  
February 12 Dallas, TX                  
February 18 Whistler, TX                  
April 10 Scottsdale, AZ                  
April 19 Las Vegas Hilton, Las Vegas, NV Billy Swan, Charlie Rich Jr., Augie Meyers Corporate gig for Orban/CRL Systems Inc.              
May 6 Columbus,GA                  
May 19 Orlando, FL                  
May 21 Miami, FL                  
June 26 Hilton Beach Bar, Atlantic City, NJ                  
July 2 Wild West Festival, Hays, KS                  
July 3 Alameda County Fair, Pleasanton, CA                  
July 9 Westchester Fest, St. Josephs High School, Westchester, IL                  
July 11-17 Common Ground Festival, Lansing, MI   WCR perform one day              
August 6 Sunmer Concert Series, Camarillo, CA   Meisner returns for this gig.              
December 3 RE Council 14th Gala, Gaylord Texan Resort, Gaylord, TX                  
December 31 Hilton Waikoloa Village, Honolulu, HI   Meisner appears at this gig              

2006

Randy continues to perform with World Classic Rockers as a special guest artist.

 

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
January 28 Flipper's, Avalon, Catalina Island, CA Roger Connelly and the Blues Merchants, Joey Stec, Spencer Davis Randy sits in with Roger Connelly, as does Stec and Davis              
May 11 Orlando, Fl   Meisner appeared as special guest of the World Class Rockers              
August 18 Summer Festival, Snow Valley, Lake Arrowhead, CA   Meisner was scheduled as special guest. Unfortunately, the show was cancelled due to a road closure.              
September 9 Belle Beach Party, Bella Terra, CA                  
October 7 Dallas, TX                  

 

2007

 

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
February 3 Lancaster, CA   Meisner appears as special guest with World Classic Rockers              
March 31 Cannery Casino, Las Vegas, NV   Meisner appears as a special guest with World Classic Rockers              

 

2008

 

Date Venue/City Also performing Notes Concert Ad Poster Ticket Review Concert Memory Photo Set List
April 6 Naples Music Festival , Naples, FL   Meisner appears as special guest with World Classic Rockers