Poco & Pure Prairie League


The word poco - meaning unimportant in Spanish - has little to do with Poco, country rock's founding band and a big influence on groups like the Eagles. Formed by Jim Messina, Richie Furray and steel guitarist Rusty Young in '68 when Buffalo Springfield split, Young stayed for the full ride. Their debut album, Picking up the Pieces, was one of the only albums to ever receive a perfect score in Rolling Stone. Their freewheeling spirit, joyful harmonies and virtuoso playing is best served live, so get out and see this one!

Pure Prairie League

Remember the songs "Amie" and "Falling In And Out Of Love"? Pure Prairie League is an American country-rock band whose roots began between 1964 and 1969 in Waverly, Ohio with Craig Fuller, Tom McGrail, Jim Caughlan and John David Call. Pure Prairie League maintained itself as a successful country-rock band during the 1970s and early '80s, releasing ten albums and enjoying hits with different configurations of the group that included "Amie" and "Let Me Love You Tonight."


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