The following clips are from the Thursday 08/17/06 - San
Diego, Ca Humphrey's Concerts w/Poco with the return
of Mike Reilly to the line-up. Click
here to see
Thanks to the fan who posted a 15 sec clip of the band
doing Let Me Love You Tonight, Live from Chillicothe,
here to see
- Here's what some of our fans are saying:
Want all the latest news on this great band-been a fan since the early to mid 70's!!
I've been a fan since 1973 in pharmacy school in Monroe, LA. I have all of the of the pre 2000 Albums on vinyl. I really like "All in Good Time"!
Nice to see you guys back. I have caught your last 2 shows in Denver and they were great....
I'm a native Waverly, Ohioan, even born in Pike Co hospital. 8-) I'm thrilled when local connections step out of the 'norm' box to achieve much success. I defy normalcy because I've always been labeled an oddball. LOL! Long live the Pure Prairie League legacy!
Been a fan since 70's and have seen about 6 shows.
Now that we have a GREAT new PPL album. How about some new merchandise to go with it. Of course I do have a sugggestion. I'd like to suggest a PPL golf (collard) shirt. Any information that you can e-mail to me pertaining to the possability of such a shirt would be appreciated. Keep up the good work.SincerelyKeith Neiss
Yea! The wait is finally over!
I REALLY WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU GUYS i LOVE YOUR MUSIC-lOVE LOUISE
Pure Prairie League, "All in Good Time," Review
by Tom Sheridan
Founder Craig Fuller and longtime bassist and
leader Mike Reilly began to fulfill their vision of
PPL's return around 2000. Joining forces with them were some
of the top musicians available: Curtis Wright, a singer-songwriter-guitarist
who has written and performed with many of today's top country
acts, Rick Schell, co-founder of country music upstarts
Pinmonkey, on drums and Fats Kaplin on pedal steel,
fiddle, mandolin, washboard and accordion. PPL performed on
a limited basis for a few years, and then took a more aggressive
approach in 2005, touring nationally before some wildly enthusiastic
crowds. Rejecting several contract offers, PPL opted for full
artistic control. And now we all benefit from that decision....
the full review