Country-Rockers Pure Prairie League ("Let Me Love You Tonight," "Amie")
When country-rockers Pure Prairie League (PPL for short) formed in the late 1960s, no one had a label for the music the band played. Although the group drew heavily from '60s rock, it added a heavy dose of country and high-flying harmony that gave it a unique sound soon to become known as country rock. Best known for their hits "Let Me Love You Tonight" and "Amie," PPL was the launch pad for the solo career of country star Vince Gill, a member during the late '70s. Led by long-time members Craig Fuller and Mike Reilly, the reunited band's still going strong after four-plus decades.
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