Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Poco Residency at the Sportsmen's Tavern

The longtime favorite country rock/California folk rock band Poco, a classic to many for several decades, will perform three shows as part of the private concert series from Wednesday through Friday, September 23-25, at the Sportsmen's Tavern, 326 Amherst Street near Grant Street in Buffalo.
Led by original member and singer, singwriter and guitarist Rusty Young since 1968, Poco came about from the end of the Buffalo Springfield and formerly contained founders Richie Furray and Jim Messina. Among their most popular songs are "Crazy Love," "Rose of Cimarron," "Good Feelin' to Know" and "Heart of the Night."
Tickets for the private concert series shows, which start at 8 p.m., are $50 by contacting the club at 874-7734, and the Thursday. September 25, show is already sold out. People can also stop at the club to buy tickets, which will be needed for admission.


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