One of the first and longest-lasting country-rock groups, POCO will perform an encore concert on the stage of the Mendocino Music Festival. Rusty Young has announced the band’s February 2014 retirement from regular touring, but has agreed to do one more performance for the Festival as a result of the great reception the band got in 2013.
Formed by members of Buffalo Springfield in 1968, POCO was originally a southern California group, but many of its members live in Nashville now. Band leader Rusty Young is the only original member, and has been part of the group the entire time. They have released many successful albums over the years and know how to put on a great show. You will not want to miss this concert of an incredible, legendary group!