Additional Guests Include Former Eagle and Poco Member Randy Meisner, John McFee and John Cowan of the Doobie Brothers and Colorado Blues Singer Cass Clayton
Grammy winning singer/songwriter, John Berry, will be a special guest on Richie Furay’s live streamed concert Back Porch Sessions at 8 pm CDT on October 30. Additional guests include former Eagle & Poco member, Randy Meisner, two Doobie Brothers, John McFee and John Cowan, Cass Clayton. Tickets are available online here or by visiting the Richie Furay website .
“What an honor it has been, not only to get to have musical interaction with an icon such as Richey Furay, but to get to spend time with him and now to call him friend is over the top,” shared John Berry. “Richie’s kindness and generosity speaks volumes to me as to his character. The fact that he asked me to be a part of his Back Porch Sessions with him was simply incredible …I don’t have words.”
“When I made my “cover” recording of Country hits, the first song on my list was John’s “Your Love Amazes Me”,” shared Richie Furay. “To have him sing on that song on a soon to be released recording and now, to have him on my Back Porch Sessions – puts an amazing smile of “thanks” on my face.”
Richie & friends will be performing songs on his back porch from throughout his career with special guests. The event will allow fans to experience the performances from the comfort of their living rooms. The show will include a live set that includes songs from Buffalo Springfield, Poco & Souther-Hillman-Furay Band, and Richie’s acclaimed solo work along with much more.
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About Richie Furay:
Buffalo Springfield, POCO & Souther-Hillman-Furay comprise the illustrious musical career of Richie Furay. He is celebrated for pioneering Country-Rock with his unsurpassed soulful voice, powerful songwriting, and hard driving guitar playing. Furay has a few new projects under development which includes a new forthcoming studio album that was recorded in Nashville comprising all country classic songs, the release of a concert film & audio release from his 2018 DeLIVErin’ show at the legendary Troubadour which celebrated the 50th anniversary of POCO by performing the DeLIVERin’ album in its entirety along with a career retrospective of music, and a documentary currently in development on his life & career, with a working title Through It All, The Life and Influence of Richie Furay. Furay is a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee for his work with BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD, a group he formed with Stephen Stills & Neil Young in 1966. In addition, he is inducted into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame for his work with POCO. In 1968, after Buffalo Springfield disbanded, he formed the groundbreaking country-rock band POCO with Jim Messina. Joining them in various stages of the band’s lineup were Rusty Young, Randy Meisner, George Grantham, Timothy B. Schmit, and Paul Cotton. Despite the success of POCO with Richie’s signature songs and its influence on the genre, Furay departed POCO in 1974 and created the country-rock supergroup Souther-Hillman-Furay with Chris Hillman & J.D. Souther. He remained with the group until 1975 when each member parted ways to pursue their respective solo careers. Furay’s iconic songs include POCO’s A Good Feelin’ To Know, Pickin’ Up The Pieces, C’mon, A Man Like Me, and Just For Me & You. Additionally, Furay still performs classic Buffalo Springfield favorites like Kind Woman, A Child’s Claim To Fame, Sad Memory, Go And Say Goodbye, For What It’s Worth and On The Way Home along with Souther-Hillman-Furay’s hit song Fallin’ In Love and other beloved Furay songs spanning his entire career. “Richie Furay has long been at the forefront of musical history with work that lasts through the ages. From Buffalo Springfield and POCO to SHF Band, and his wonderful solo work, there are few who capture the soul and the beauty of what makes music matter like Richie Furay. His early work with POCO has never dimmed in its depth, exuberance and passion. The magic of his performance culminates with this generous return to an important early stage”. – CAMERON CROWE “Richie still sounds the same as he did in the late sixties – is still as fresh and vibrant today as he was then”. Greg Harris / CEO of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame