CONVERSATION WITH AMERICAN SINGER, SONGWRITER AND MEMBER OF BOTH THE ROCK & ROLL AND COLORADO MUSIC HALL OF FAME, RICHIE FURAY
Grammy-winning artist, John Berry and his wife Robin have worked together most of his music career, and now have embarked on a new journey and project they are creating together through the podcast series Faith, Family & Friends. The twice monthly subscription based podcast is an interview series where John and Robin provide a warm atmosphere of conversation in their ‘sitting around the kitchen table’ approach to talking with their guests. The conversation with American singer, songwriter and member Both the Rock & Roll Hall and Colorado Music Hall of Fame, Richie Furay, is available to subscribers of the Faith, Family & Friends podcast at www.johnberry.com.
Listeners will be captivated and feel as if they are in the room with them. Each episode features a high-profile guest, including celebrities, sports stars, Hall of Fame members, best-selling authors, and entertainers, who share personal stories about how their faith, family and friends have impacted their lives and careers.
“We all have those moments in life that we can reflect and look back on and say, that was a special time in my life,” reflects Richie Furay. “Being a guest on John and Robin’s Faith Family and Friends Podcast was one of those times for me, not only to share our mutual faith of God’s love and grace and knowing we’re in His family, but to be in that category of friend with these two special people, yes that was a special time!”
“Robin and I felt honored to visit with Richie Furay, his joy of music and appreciation of life was a blessing to us, and his grace of God’s presence in his life and career created such an easy conversation,” stated John Berry. “When you listen to this podcast, you will become an instant fan of this man for many reasons, and we hope you enjoy it as much as we did.”
Past conversations include the very last interview with the late Charlie Daniels, Billy Dean, Jimmy and Nina Fortune, Daryl Worley, Randy and Darla Hartley, Bill Cody, Duane and Norah Lee Allen, T. Graham and Sheila Brown, Chris Hillman, Vince and Barbara Dooley, Marty Raybon, Scott Hamilton, Kim Campbell, Megan Alexander.
Throughout John’s long and successful career, Robin has been right beside him, working behind the scenes as a background singer and as part of the JB team. While they have enjoyed an amazing life together, they have also faced difficult challenges, both in his career and his health. With God’s faithfulness being the constant in their lives, they have grown in their relationship with Christ, giving their marriage a firm foundation. Faith, Family & Friends is the perfect outlet, not only for John and Robin to share their life, but for their guests to speak freely about the three most important things in life; faith, family & friends.
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About Richie Furay:
Richie Furay is an American singer, songwriter and member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (1997) and the Colorado Music Hall of Fame (2015). Richie is a music pioneer known for forming Buffalo Springfield (with Stephen Stills and Neil Young), Poco, and the Souther Hillman Furay Band. His best-known songs, Kind Woman , Pickin’ Up The Pieces and Good Feelin’ To Know, have reached classic status and appear on many country rock compilations. In 1983 Furay stepped away from the music world to become the senior pastor of a non-denominational Christian church, Calvary Chapel of Boulder, Colorado. He pastored the church for 35 years, retiring from the pulpit ministry on Christmas Eve, 2017. Throughout the years He continued to perform as a solo artist and regrouped with Buffalo Springfield in 2011 to headline the Bonnaroo festival. Richie continues to record releasing his latest CD Hand in Hand in 2015 and is currently recording a compilation of “country classics” (including John Berry’s “Your Love Amazes Me” to which John lends his voice) in Nashville scheduled for release in September. Richie has been married to his wife Nancy for 53 years. They have four daughters and 13 grand-children. A documentary, Through It All: The Life and Influence of Richie Furay is currently in post-production. The trailer is narrated by Cameron Crowe and is also scheduled for release in 2021.