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Rows 1-11: SOLD OUT
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ADVANCE SALES end @ noon
on the day of the concert.
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Founding Member Of...
- Buffalo Springfield
- Souther Hillman Furay Band
Richie Furay was a founding member of, and major contributor to, a couple of the most influential bands
in the history of music. Although Buffalo Springfield didn't last long, or get anywhere near the appreciation
(and record sales) they deserved during the time they were together, they are now recognized as one of the
main influences on the direction music took following their demise. Richie's early Springfield contributions
included singing lead on such great Neil Young compositions as Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing, Do I Have
To Come Right Out And Say It? and Flying on the Ground Is Wrong before placing some of his own
compositions on the second and third Springfield albums.
Formed by Richie Furay and Jim Messina after the Springfield broke up, Poco continued to take rock down
the country road, creating the template for the modern country rock sound that influenced and launched the
careers of such groups as the Eagles, Pure Prairie League and many others.
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After six albums with Poco, Richie left -- soon forming what was envisioned as a "super group", The Souther Hillman Furay Band (with J.D.
Souther and Chris Hillman). But, as with Buffalo Springfield, SHF only lasted a short time.
Fast-forward to the late '90s/early '00s -- when Richie's (and AMSD's!) long-time friend Kenny Weissberg encouraged and convinced Richie to
perform at Humphrey's, which led to Richie doing more and more concerts with his band. In 2010, Richie joined Stephen Stills and Neil Young for
a Buffalo Springfield reunion the world had long hoped for (but given up most hope of happening) -- and more Springfield gigs followed in 2011.
Richie has also joined Poco for a number of their gigs over the years, while continuing to lead his own band.
As Richie says on his web site: "If you haven’t heard my music in a few years, I guarantee you, you won’t be disappointed – especially if you’ve
been a part of my musical journey! If it weren’t good or didn’t make me feel good doing it, I wouldn’t bother you or encourage you to take a
I'll add my own two cents: I, too, guarantee it: You'll love The Richie Furay Band! And with this concert, we'll finally have the pleasure of
having hosted all three members of the Souther Hillman Furay band on the AMSDconcerts stage.
Click HERE to watch a video of the Richie Furay Band doing a Buffalo Springfield medley
@ Sweetwater Union High School
2900 Highland Avenue
National City, CA 91950
The WAITING LIST already has FAR more people on it than we'll have tickets to sell (if we have any!).