Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Years Active: 1966 - 1968
Genres: Folk Rock
Buffalo Springfield is a North American folk/rock band who formed in 1966 and is most famous for two of their founding members, Neil Young and Stephen Stills. The band was known for their political undertones and their unique sound at the time: fusing rock, folk, and country music into a sound that took on a life of its own. Despite the band's promising beginning and talented musicians, the band was plagued by in-house fighting, drug abuse, and line-up changes that led to the dismantling of the band after just two years. The band put out three albums before breaking up and managed to have a prominent effect on the musical climate at the time. The band was eventually inducted into the Rock an...
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