A founding member of the bands Buffalo Springfield and Poco, singer/songwriter Richie Furay is also a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. A country-rock pioneer, he's written a wide array of enduring songs, including his best-known piece, "Kind Woman," which he wrote for his wife Nancy. He is known for his rich tenor voice and his tremendous songwriting talent. When he converted to the Christian faith and settled down as a pastor in Colorado, Furay thought his career as a musician was behind him, but the love of music never left him and he soon found himself performing again with friends and family members as the Richie Furay Band, playing their own music as well as Richie Furay classics, like "A Good Feelin' to Know," "A Child's Claim to Fame," and "Crazy Eyes."
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