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Buffalo Springfield Plan Fall Reunion Tour (A Top Story)



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On Monday Buffalo Springfield Plan Fall Reunion Tour was a top story. Here is the recap: (Gibson) When the newly reunited Buffalo Springfield took the stage at Bonnaroo this weekend, it wasnt the last time fans will see of the Neil Young-originated group. According to singer and guitarist Richie Furay, the 1960s folk-rockers are on tap to do a full-scale tour kicking off in September.

"The plan is to do 30 dates this fall," Furay told Rolling Stone. "The anchors will be Los Angeles and New York. What the other cities are, I can't tell you right now but we're almost certainly doing Red Rocks."

This time around, the guys will perform at theaters instead of jumbo amphitheaters and arenas. "We want to keep it a little more intimate," Furay said. ". . . There have been people from Florida, Chicago and Texas saying to me, 'Hey, you gonna come my way?' I have to say that with 30 shows, we're gonna hit those cities." - more on this story

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