It isn't much of a surprise that some of the famed music groups from decades past are still able to attract quite the loyal
following. While some younger bands are still learning about how to put on a great live show, the veterans are seasoned experts,
like Pure Prairie League. See Pure Prairie League at one of their upcoming gigs, like at the Fox Performing Arts Center in Riverside,
Pure Prairie League got its start in Southern Ohio in 1969, playing locally until they eventually signed a deal with RCA.
Their first album dropped in 1971 and began to earn the band a loyal following because of their mix of country and rock. Their
popularity continued to rise throughout the 1970s and into the 1980s, drawing the crowds to their tour dates.
One of the reasons that Pure Prairie League has been able to remain popular over the years comes from the band's slew of
hits. Some of the songs that remain classics even today include "Amie,' "That'll Be the Day," "I Can't Stop The Feelin',"
"Let Me Love You Tonight," "Still Right Here In My Heart" and many others. The best way to experience these songs is at one
of their live shows.
Pure Prairie League was a popular touring act back in their heyday, and many of their fans would trek great distances to
see them live. Whether you were one of the people who saw them years ago or became a fan later, don't miss your chance to
see them live in concert. Gather your friends
and head out to one of the shows near you.