RICHIE FURAY shares a live performance video of “Let’s Dance Tonight” from his 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. The digital audio only is being released April 2, with both the physical CD + DVD release available April 23.
The Troubadour show in 2018 was truly a magical evening in many ways. The sold-out concert marked FURAY’s 50th anniversary return to the venue where Poco (originally as Pogo) performed their very first shows in 1968. The evening was marked by Timothy B. Schmit joining FURAY on the Schmit-penned “Hear That Music” from DeLIVErin’ and the above-mentioned “A Good Feelin’ To Know.” Timothy also introduced FURAY onstage after reading a congratulatory note from Cameron Crowe (who intended being at the Troubadour in person but could not make it at the last minute). Timothy then introduced the esteemed artist and producer Peter Asher (Peter & Gordon), who presented FURAY with a commemorative award for his 50th anniversary return to the Troubadour. Also on hand at the show and backstage was Randy Meisner, Poco’s first bass player before Schmit replaced him.