Rusty Young, one of the founding members of the legendary group Poco, passed away on Wednesday after suffering a heart attack at his home in Davisville, Missouri.He was 75.
Rusty was the only Poco member to be a part of all the band’s various lineups over the years.He wrote and sang lead on the group’s biggest hit, “Crazy Love” in 1979.
Richie Furay of Poco said, "My heart is saddened; he was a dear and longtime friend who help me pioneer and create a new Southern California musical sound called 'country rock.' He was an innovator on the steel guitar and carried the name Poco on for more than 50 years. Our friendship was real and he will be deeply missed."
[Source: Classic Hits Today]