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Richie Furay

Richie Furay first came to prominence as the crystal clear vocalist acting as a foil between the voices of Stephen Stills’ soulful blues and Neil Young’s Canadian folk-rock in the seminal Buffalo Springfield. Furay subsequently founded Poco, one of the leaders of the country-rock movement, but left after making impressive contributions to A GOOD FEELIN' TO KNOW and CRAZY EYES. He then joined the Souther Hillman Furay Band in 1974, alongside J.D. Souther and Chris Hillman, before making his solo debut… Show more

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