The latest news about the Eagles band is that Randy Meisner, a co-founder of the Eagles who sang lead on the 1975 hit ‘Take It to the Limit’

 has passed away on Wednesday due to complications from lung disease

He was 77 years old1. Meisner, a bass player, joined Glenn Frey, Don Henley and Bernie Leadon in forming the original Eagles lineup in 1971, performing on classic albums such as Eagles, Desperado, On the Border,

One of These Nights and Hotel California2. He left the band at the height of its popularity in 1977,

shortly after the Hotel California album and single by the same name became huge hits