Richie Furay Doubts Buffalo Springfield Reunion Promise Will Be Kept

(Classic Rock) Richie Furay thinks there's no chance of Buffalo Springfield keeping their reunion promises and he rues the way he was "stuck out there" as spokesman for a tour that never happened.

Surviving members Neil Young, Steven Stills and Furay got together for a charity show in 2010, leading to six more appearances the following year, including a memorable set at the Bonnaroo festival.

Soon afterwards they announced plans for a 30-date trek across the US during 2012 but Young changed his mind, saying: "I'd be on a tour of my past for the rest of f**king time, which I can't do."

Two years on, Furay tells SoundPress.net: "It's just typical of the way things unfolded with the Springfields way back in the 60s. Not much has changed.

"We were all looking forward to doing it, and it didn't happen. I was kind of stuck out there as the spokesman if anything happened again I would take a look at how far out there I'm going to go as a spokesman. I don't think it ever will again now; but I'll never say never." He does have a silver lining.

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