Archived Messages From: November 07th, 2022
Number of Messages: 10
My condolences to the entire POCO and Young families. God Bless you all -
To Rusty's family - thank you for sharing him with all of us for all these years. May your memories bring you everlasting joy.
To Poco - thank you for keeping the music alive.
RIP Rusty. You will be missed.
God Bless.
Fri April 16th, 2021 9:49 AM St. Louis, MO
So sorry to read the news this morning. Long live the Music of Rusty. Truly one of the greatest musicians of our time. Thanks for 50 years of AWESOME MUSIC! Thanks to Rusty, Mary and all of the band for the last few years especially the shows at Wildwood Springs.
Fri April 16th, 2021 9:30 AM St. Louis
So sorry to hear of Rustys passing. Rusty and my dad go back many years as my dad was a rep of ZB steel guitars and dealt with Rusty. Their friendship continued through the years. When my father passed Rusty took the time to send his condolences which was much appreciated. I have many memories of Rusty that I will always cherish. My father spoke very highly of Rusty.
Rest In Peace Rusty
Fri April 16th, 2021 9:15 AM High Ridge, Mo
Thank you for your gift of music, RIP Rusty.

I was looking forward to seeing you in concert here in July on your tour with Pure Prairie League and Firefall.

Heartfelt condolences to Rusty's family, bandmates, friends, and fans around the world.
Fri April 16th, 2021 9:07 AM Long Island, NY
Gonna miss you Rusty. Thanks for your tunes. Thanks ad well for carrying the Poco flag all those years. RIP sir
Fri April 16th, 2021 9:05 AM Venice FL
Sending love to Mary, Sara, Hallie, current and former band members, and the entire Poco family. We have lost a Legend.... Rusty was one of a kind; pioneer, virtuoso player of string instruments, kind, caring and giving. Rest in peace my friend.
Fri April 16th, 2021 9:05 AM Norwich CT
Thank you, Rusty, for all the great music.
Rest In Peace.
Fri April 16th, 2021 8:37 AM Home
With great shock and sadness I just read that Rusty Young has passed away. I will always remember meeting him briefly during a tour of Poco in the Netherlands. During the support act for the second concert, he suddenly joined us in the hall. "Nice to see you again," he said. He probably recognized us because of our 12 year old son who was there both times, not the average audience of this great band.
Rusty, thank you for all the beautiful music you have given us and will continue to give. You are and will always be the best steel guitarist ever. Much strength to Mary and other relatives.
Fri April 16th, 2021 7:50 AM Zeeland, The Netherlands
RIP. Rusty Young. I saw Poco twice at the Tulsa Fairgrounds Pavilion in the 70s They were great to say the least. Rusty Young was awesome with all the different sounds he could get out of his lap or pedal steel, then he could get this great Hammond B-3 sound. Paul Cotton played a Gretch White Falcon a lot. I’m pretty sure the last time I saw them was right before TBS joined The Eagles. I was and still am a big Poco fan. There’s a guy I barely knew years ago in Tulsa named Richard Neville. He wound up playing bass with Poco for many years. I’m impressed to say the least. I hope Rusty Young is in heaven right now gearing up for a new band with Gram Parsons
Fri April 16th, 2021 3:52 AM Tulsa America
My wife and I had the pleasure of seeing Rusty and Poco with Jim Messina at the Scottish Rite Auditorium in Collingswood, NJ in March of 2019. It was our first Poco concert after listening, enjoying and gleefully singing Rusty’s hits in the shower for 40 years. I listen to Rusty’s music almost every day on Spotify. He has touched so many hearts, he will be missed.
Fri April 16th, 2021 12:34 AM Collingswood, New Jersey

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