Archived Messages From: October 24th, 2020
Number of Messages: 10
Hi Rusty. I'm sending a link from the Poco Facebook page of a concert you guys did in Napierville Il sometime in the early 2000s. On Call it Love, I hear and ( possibly) see a keyboard ( organ) sound just like in the original 1989 version. Is this a pedal effect you were effecting with your magic, or is there a keyboardist at this gig?
Wed October 14th, 2020 10:14 PM Pittsburgh PA
I miss Paul Cotton. Too bad Rusty pulled a "Don Henley" move. Greed is a horrible thing.
Sun September 13th, 2020 3:39 PM Omaha NE
Anyone heard this cd? Live… Wollman Skating Rink, New York 22nd August 1975
Wed September 02nd, 2020 8:53 PM Nantucket, MA
Hey Rusty...A voice from the past here. Steve Murray originally from Lakewood CO.
I met you a number of times with Judy Edwards of Guitar City. My best friend and band mate was Judys boyfriend at the time and I were always in the store, and dreamed about taking lessons from you but couldn't afford it.
Nice to know guys like you are still out there doing your belong in the R&RHOF brother!
Be well my friend
Thu August 27th, 2020 4:26 PM Washington dc
Hey guys! I’ve absolutely loved and revered Poco since I purchased Crazy Eyes in 1973.
I just listened to it today and it still blows me away! I have enjoyed turning on younger people on to these sounds as it provides a link with the band as well as the era.
Why are you guys not playing Vegas. You should be here at least once yearly. The best part aside from letting your mania run with mine, is that you can come home with us for the very best dining experience of your lives. My wife can back that up.
So have a great time in Europe and let’s get you to Vegas!
Sun June 21st, 2020 11:45 PM Las Vegas
When this madness is over are any plans to tour Europe,particularly the UK
Fri May 22nd, 2020 3:26 PM Washington. England
Been a long time fan since the early seventies.Great music never received the credit or recognition you deserve.Song writing and lyrics were exceptional.
Thanks for the music.
Thu May 21st, 2020 3:54 PM Boerne Tx
I'm sitting here drinking coffee from my Poco coffee mug (thanks Mary) listening to Inamorata (hello 1984), and I thought I'd check out the Poco site and make sure everyone is still alive and well. I haven't seen any of you since that great Fall evening in 2004 at that little church in Santa Ynez just down the road from Jimmy's place. Paul, Rusty, Richie, with Jim Messina and Kenny Loggins. Sitting five pews from the pulpit, it was probably the best show I've ever been to. Talk about "sittin' in". It looked like you all had a great time. I know the rest us did.
Well, I hear "Save a Corner of your Heart" wrapping up the CD so I guess I'll wrap up this post.
To everyone: Stay healthy and live long.

Thu May 07th, 2020 2:03 PM Redding, California
Not sure how to begin this. Loved your music but years passed. Next thing I know I am sitting in a chair at 48 being dosed up with radioactive junk in my veins to see if I had cancer. They gave me a choice for music while I waited for it to kick in and "call it love" played...I can't begin to explain how calming and happy it made me...yes, I had cancer and now almost 3 years free...always listen to this song when I stress...and I am old enough to remember "Heart of the Night"...truly you guys are sooo under rated...thank you for giving me peace when I needed it most
Wed May 06th, 2020 3:59 AM Rapid City SD
Hopefully Rusty will be able to use these terrible times and the period of isolation to complete his autobiography.
Thu April 09th, 2020 3:27 AM UK
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