Despite the fact that they were only originally active for an approximate two year span (1966 to 1968), the impact of Buffalo Springfield's song 'For What It's Worth' continues to resonate today, almost 50 years later.
Richie Furay says Buffalo Springfield will indeed continue their reunion with a 30-date tour set to kick off at the start of 2012. He reveals the news in a video interview with the Denver Post, confirming an earlier Facebook post.
The band America is coming out with a new album of cover tunes called 'Back Pages' on July 26. The disc features the group offering renditions of songs by Bob Dylan, Buffalo Springfield, Simon & Garfunkel, the Beach Boys, the Zombies and other acts.
Buffalo Springfield played the Bonnaroo festival in Manchester, Tenn., on Saturday night, and Neil Young called it "the greatest thing we've ever done" at the end of the set. However, according to at least one recap, the set was plagued by sound issues.
Buffalo Springfield, who are currently out on the road for a brief reunion jaunt, will continue their road show with a more extensive tour in the fall. Singer-guitarist Richie Furay confirmed the news in a new interview.
Robert Plant, Gregg Allman and a newly reunited Buffalo Springfield will wave the classic rock flag with appearances at this year's Bonnaroo festival in Manchester, Tenn., which takes place next weekend, June 9-12.
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