Country Rock Part 4: Poco, the Eagles and the West Coast Sound

In the early 70s on the West Coast of America a new kind of country-influenced rock emerged. Harmony vocals, pedal steel guitars and a soft rock backbeat typified the style that first came to prominence with Poco, the band formed by ex-Buffalo Springfield-ers Richie Furay (lead vocals and guitar) Jim Messina (bass) and Rusty Young … Read moreCountry Rock Part 4: Poco, the Eagles and the West Coast Sound