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:
I love your music. I have been listening for YEARS. Thank you for being there for me when I needed your music to help me.
I was a fan from the days of the Omars, and the earliest days of PPL. It's great to see Craig doing new projects. Ordered the newest cd today.
"Have loved your tunes since the late 70's..." great to see that your back.
Been a fan from day1. Bought first six recordings on 8track. Wish I had all on disk now. Been in my top 5 country rock bands of all time. Sorry, EAGLES have to be number 1. Looking forward to seeing u live @One World Theater in Austin,TX. 2012!
Been listening to PPL since the mid 70's while living and going to Wright State Univ in Dayton. PPL and McGuffey Lane, so many great memories!!!
The new CD is fantastic. Craig is in top form. I have played this so many times and I keep coming back for more. Great Job Guys..Marc Adams...SO CAL
Yea! The wait is finally over!
my husband and i have been a fan since the beginning of your band! carry on the greatness!
I am SO glad that PPL is still making that magical music that inspired me as a student at Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio in the mid 70's - I performed "Amy" as a soloist and with my band. We did my originals as well, but "Amy" was ALWAYS the show-stopper! I just want to say thanks - your music has always meant SO much to me.
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