The wife of the Eagles co-founder Randy Meisner has been shot dead at the couple’s Los Angeles home amid reports of domestic abuse.
Lana Rae Meisner, 63, was shot in the head and died on Sunday night at the Studio City home she shared with bassist husband Randy, 69, police said.
The couple had been married for 20 years and suffered history of drug abuse, domestic abuse, mental illness and gun threats.
Shortly before Randy Meisner called police to report his wife had been killed, Lana called 911 to report domestic abuse, according to TMZ.
Meisner was a founding member of The Eagles in the early 70s and initially left the band in 1977 citing “exhaustion.” The last time he performed with The Eagles during the band’s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction back 1998.
The bassist is best known for co-writing and singing the Eagles hit “Take It to the Limit.” The tragedy follows the death of Eagles founder Glen Frey less than two months ago.
Randy Mesner “Take It To The Limit” (1977)