RICHIE FURAY tomorrow (4/2) will release his much-anticipated double live album 50TH ANNIVERSARY RETURN TO THE TROUBADOUR via DSDK Productions, distributed by MRI Entertainment, via streaming platforms. Both the physical CD and the DVD of the concert film will be available April 23.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee RICHIE FURAY--one of the chief architects of the country rock genre as a member of Buffalo Springfield, Poco and the Southern-Hillman- Furay Band--today (2/26) shared a live performance video of Poco’s in-concert favorite “C’mon” from their classic 1971 live album DeLIVErin.’ The video and single are taken from FURAY’s upcoming 50TH ANNIVERSARY RETURN TO THE TROUBADOUR--a double CD and download as well as a single DVD concert film on DSDK Productions, distributed by MRI Entertainment—out Apr
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee RICHIE FURAY (Buffalo Springfield, Poco, The Southern Hillman Furay Band)--one of the chief architects of the country-rock genre--has today (1/15) announced the April 2 release of the live concert album 50TH ANNIVERSARY RETURN TO THE TROUBADOUR (*see his quotes below from the liner notes). It will be released as a double CD and download as well as a single DVD concert film on DSDK Productions, distributed by MRI Entertainment.
The longtime bass player of the Eagles, Timothy B. Schmit, headlined a classic rock marathon at the ornate Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, California. Just getting to the event was a chore for music fans, as the entire block of Wilshire Boulevard directly in front of the teapot has been shut down for a massive construction project.
The nostalgia that takes hold when an artist like Gregg Allman rolls into town is unavoidable, and really, why would you want to avoid it at all? Coyotus Maximus brought along his newest band for two sold-out shows at the Boulder Theater last week, mixing up old songs with new tricks. Having a lifetime’s worth of material to choose from, Gregg and company spread open the songbook and presented a different set of retrospective hits each night.