Pure Prairie League and Poco

A pioneer of the early 1970s country-rock movement, Pure Prairie League is best known for the classic hit song “Amie,”  off its multiplatinum album “Bustin’ Out.” That album gave rise to many other timeless favorites including “Early Morning Riser,” “Jazzman” and  “Falling in and out of Love,” the prelude to “Amie.” Following that album was the success of  “Two Lane Highway” in 1975. Now in their fifth decade of making music, Pure Prairie League is a testament to the timelessness of its classic country-rock sound.

Still going strong since the late 1960s, Poco’s staying power has been due to their amazing country pop-rock sound that has spawned hit songs, such as “Crazy Love,” “Heart of the Night,” and “Call it Love,” among many others. Poco was the transformation of the legendary Buffalo Springfield, after Stephen Stills and Neil Young left the group in 1968. Since then, Poco has recorded dozens of albums, eventually earned its first gold record, “Legend,” in 1978, and has continued to record and perform all over the world.

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