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Settlement reached in Eagles’ Randy Meisner’s probate case

A settlement has been reached in a probate case that led to a temporary conservatorship over Eagles co-founder Randy Meisner. Troy Martin, attorney for longtime Meisner friend James Newton, filed court papers with Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David Cunningham on Friday stating that the case was resolved. No terms were divulged. In July, Cunningham appointed Frumeh Labow, […]

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Veteran recording engineer gets star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Recording and mix engineer Al Schmitt received the 2,557th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame today, honoring a career of more than 50 years in which he worked on more than 150 gold and platinum albums and received 20 Grammys. Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh and music producer Don Was joined Schmitt at the ceremony in front of […]

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Judge orders conservatorship for Eagles co-founder Randy Meisner

A judge today established a temporary conservatorship over Eagles co-founder Randy Meisner, saying he was worried that the musician’s longtime substance abuse problems could cause him to harm himself. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David Cunningham also ordered both sides to mediate a possible solution to their differences. Cunningham noted that a psychiatric report by Dr. David Trader […]

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Eagles co-founder to undergo psych evaluation for possible conservatorship

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – A judge said yesterday he wants a psychiatrist to evaluate Eagles co-founder Randy Meisner before ruling on a bid by the musician’s longtime friend to have a conservator appointed to look after the bassist’s personal needs as well as his finances and business affairs. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David Cunningham said that while […]

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Rejuvenated Forum making a huge impact on SoCal concert scene

The first year back in operation for the rejuvenated Forum arena in Inglewood shows how far a little imagination — and $100 million — will go these days.   The Forum has hosted 50 paid concerts this year, almost twice as many as the Southern California area’s second-place finisher, the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Irvine, […]

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