Poco

Would Poco’s Rusty Young Move to Wyoming?
Would Poco’s Rusty Young Move to Wyoming?
In 1968, Buffalo Springfield called it quits and members were ready to move on to new projects. One would combine rock, country, folk and more to pave the way for bands like The Eagles. It would be the ground breaking band, Poco. One of the founding members, Rusty Young shares some memories of playing Cheyenne and Casper, Wyoming way back in the day before he started traveling the world, based out
How Poco’s “Crazy Love” Was Born (and love of hardware stores)
How Poco’s “Crazy Love” Was Born (and love of hardware stores)
Poco will headline the Sunday show for Beartrap Summer Festival on August 7, 2016. With a great depth of excellent songs, their first hit came while Rusty Young (3rd from left) was doing some work around his house. He had moved from Denver to Los Angeles and was putting up some paneling when the rythym of the hammer inspired the song "Crazy Love...
Beartrap Festival Artist Poco Shares Stories
Beartrap Festival Artist Poco Shares Stories
In advance of Poco’s headline appearance at Beartrap Summer Festival in Casper, Wyoming on Aug. 8, founding member Rusty Young called Steve Cooper and shared some stories. Here’s a few that will give you some insight into the early days of Poco, changing bad luck to good and the resultant triumph ending in their first hit record, getting a big head and what he bought with that first big check... R