Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Richie Furay has been a pioneering force in rock music and country music. As a founding member of Buffalo Springfield, Poco, and SHF: he was an innovator of new musical forms, a great songwriter, and last and definitely not least, some of Rock and Roll's best vocals.
Richie created three great albums with Stephen Stills, Neil Young, Bruce Palmer, and Dewey Martin before the Buffalo Springfield disbanding in 1968. While working on
Poco was an innovative direction in music. The band recorded some of the first- and best- country rock music of the sixties and seventies. In 1974 Richie left Poco to join Chris Hillman (from the Byrds) and J.D. Souther to form the group SHF.
Richie is currently performing with The Richie Furay Band and has regrouped with The Buffalo Springfield for a 2011 tour. His most resent projects include a double live CD titled ALIVE and his latest studio album, Heartbeat Of Love. It includes many guest musicians from Richies past. Stephen Stills, Neil Young, Rusty Young, Paul Cotton, Kenny Loggins, and Chris Hillmanjust to name a few.