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Richie Furay On RedeLIVErin’ Poco

ONE OF THE LANDMARK country-rock albums, Poco’s DeLIVErin’ enjoys its 50th birthday in 2021. Recorded live at the Boston Music Hall and the Felt Forum, New York in September 1970 and released in January 1971, the group’s third album mixed urgent rock’n’roll, plangent hillbilly sounds and harmony vocals, the missing link between the Byrds and the Eagles.
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A Poco Purist, Richie Furay Revisits an Archival Album

While Richie Furay’s name may not ignite instant recognition, his legacy speaks for itself. An integral member of the Buffalo Springfield, arguably the most important band to ever originate from these shores, and a founder and original prime member of Poco, the group that helped foster the country-rock crossover that led to the origins of the so-called Americana movement, he’s indelibly inscribed in the annals of modern American music.
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WATCH: Richie Furay, “Go and Say Goodbye”

Album + DVD: 50th Anniversary Return to the Troubadour. Label: DSDK Productions, distributed by MRI Entertainment. In Their Words: “‘Go and Say Goodbye’ is one of my all-time favorite Stephen Stills songs. I’ve recorded it in every band configuration I’ve been in — Buffalo Springfield, Poco, and the Richie Furay Band. Stephen shared the song with me before there ever was a Buffalo Springfield as we sat in his apartment in Los Angeles on Fountain Avenue, learning all the songs he had written for what would become the first Buffalo Springfield album. Over the years I’ve given it a few arrangement changes, musically, while keeping the original feel and dynamic of the song.” — Richie Furay.
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Out Now: Richie Furay ’50th Anniversary Return to the Troubadour’ Live CD/DVD

50th Anniversary Return to the Troubadour is a special new release from singer/songwriter Richie Furay commemorating his work with Poco, Buffalo Springfield, The Souther Hillman Furay Band — and recreating Poco’s 1971 live album. The set is available now digitally, as a two-CD set and on DVD. In November 2018,...
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RICHIE FURAY Tomorrow (4/2) Releases Double Live Album ‘50TH ANNIVERSARY RETURN TO THE TROUBADOUR’

RICHIE FURAY tomorrow (4/2) will release his much-anticipated double live album 50TH ANNIVERSARY RETURN TO THE TROUBADOUR via DSDK Productions, distributed by MRI Entertainment, via streaming platforms. Both the physical CD and the DVD of the concert film will be available April 23. Listen here to the album via streaming platforms starting tomorrow. A SPECIAL EDITION autographed CD and DVD are available for presale here.
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"C'mon!" Spotlight on Buffalo Springfield and Poco's Richie Furay

Richie Furay is a Rock and Roll Hall of Famer who, in the mid-1960s, formed Buffalo Springfield with several other up-and-coming musicians including Stephen Stills and Neil Young. Buffalo Springfield’s biggest hit, “For What It’s Worth,” became an anthem for the 1960s, but the band’s three albums — all recorded in the span of just two years — consisted of additional outstanding material, notably Furay’s original composition, “Kind Woman.” Furay’s crisp, clean vocals earned him the nod as the group’s lead singer and, as such, it is his voice which carries many of Neil Young’s early songs.
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Richie Furay, Timothy B. Schmit Perform ‘Good Feelin’ to Know’ From Live at the Troubadour Set

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Richie Furay, one of the architects of the country rock genre as a member of Buffalo Springfield, Poco, and later with the Souther Hillman Furay Band, will release the live concert album 50th Anniversary Return to the Troubadour on April 2, 2021, as a double CD as well as a single DVD concert film via DSDK Productions, distributed by MRI Entertainment. Furay’s Poco bandmate Timothy B. Schmit joined for two of the songs.
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Richie Furay Still Deliverin' Country Rock After Fifty-Plus Years

Located in West Hollywood on Santa Monica Boulevard, the Troubadour is not only one of the most storied live music nightclubs in the United States., but holds a crucial place in the development of California music in the 1960s and '70s. The Byrds, James Taylor, Joni Mitchell, Neil Diamond, Linda Ronstadt and so many more have graced its stage. And as depicted in the movie Rocket Man, the “Troub” also hosted the first U.S. performance by a fledgling singer and piano player named Elton John.
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RICHIE FURAY Shares Live Performance Video Of Poco Classic “C’mon” From Double Album Out 4/2

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee RICHIE FURAY--one of the chief architects of the country rock genre as a member of Buffalo Springfield, Poco and the Souther-Hillman- Furay Band--today (2/26) shared a live performance video of Poco’s in-concert favorite “C’mon” from their classic 1971 live album DeLIVErin.’ The video and single are taken from FURAY’s upcoming 50TH ANNIVERSARY RETURN TO THE TROUBADOUR--a double CD and download as well as a single DVD concert film on DSDK Productions, distributed by MRI Entertainment—out April 2. Watch the video here and listen to the single here. The video was premiered yesterday via Relix. Pre-save and pre-add the album here.
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Premiere: Americana Icon Richie Furay Revisits A Poco Classic at the Troubadour

Richie Furay is a celebrated singer and songwriter, whose work spans five decades yet remains vital today. As we noted in our recent feature: “Long before Americana was a festival buzzword, Richie Furay helped redefine the boundaries of roots-rock music—twice. Although his first great band, Buffalo Springfield, lasted barely two years, from 1966 to 1968, and released only three albums during their time together, they laid the groundwork for the genre, offering a loving blend of country soul and rock-and-roll swagger. And, soon after that band splintered, he formed Poco, which not only churned out their own classic originals, but also seeded future chart-toppers like Loggins and Messina and the Eagles.”
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Watch Richie Furay Perform Classic Poco Medley: Exclusive Premiere

In a performance video shared exclusively with UCR, former Poco member Richie Furay delivers a medley of the band’s classic songs. The footage comes from 50th Anniversary Return to the Troubadour, Furay’s upcoming double album and concert film. Over 11 minutes, the rocker churns through upbeat renditions of “Just In Case It Happens, Yes Indeed,” “Grand Junction” and “Consequently, So Long,” three tracks from Poco’s 1969 debut album, Pickin' Up the Pieces.
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Watch Richie Furay Perform Classic Poco Medley: Exclusive Premiere

In a performance video shared exclusively with UCR, former Poco member Richie Furay delivers a medley of the band’s classic songs. The footage comes from 50th Anniversary Return to the Troubadour, Furay’s upcoming double album and concert film. Over 11 minutes, the rocker churns through upbeat renditions of “Just In Case It Happens, Yes Indeed,” “Grand Junction” and “Consequently, So Long,” three tracks from Poco’s 1969 debut album, Pickin' Up the Pieces.
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Watch Richie Furay Perform Classic Poco Medley: Exclusive Premiere

In a performance video shared exclusively with UCR, former Poco member Richie Furay delivers a medley of the band’s classic songs. The footage comes from 50th Anniversary Return to the Troubadour, Furay’s upcoming double album and concert film. Over 11 minutes, the rocker churns through upbeat renditions of “Just In Case It Happens, Yes Indeed,” “Grand Junction” and “Consequently, So Long,” three tracks from Poco’s 1969 debut album, Pickin' Up the Pieces.
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Richie Furay ’50th Anniversary Return to the Troubadour’: Watch

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Richie Furay, one of the architects of the country rock genre as a member of Buffalo Springfield, Poco, and later with the Southern Hillman Furay Band, has announced the April 2, 2021, release of the live concert album 50th Anniversary Return to the Troubadour. It will be released as a double CD as well as a single DVD concert film via DSDK Productions, distributed by MRI Entertainment. Watch several of the performances below.
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Buffalo Springfield 2018 Tribute Concert Led by Richie Furay

They only released three albums, between 1966-68, but Buffalo Springfield‘s short lifespan belies their influence. Songs such as “Bluebird,” “Mr. Soul” and their biggest hit, “For What’s It’s Worth,” are essential building blocks of country-rock, garage-rock and shimmering Los Angeles pop. The combination of Stephen Stills, Neil Young, Richie Furay (all on guitar and vocals), Dewey Martin (drums) and a few different bassists was simply too combustible to last very long; even their reunion in 2010 was short-lived. They were the perfect subject for 2018’s Wild Honey Orchestra tribute show/benefit for the Autism Think Tank.