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Craig Fuller

Craig Fuller is a founding member of the pioneering Country Rock band, Pure Prairie League. While with PPL, he wrote and sang the band’s most noteworthy song, “Amie” and was the major songwriter on the band’s first two, most highly acclaimed albums.

From 1976 to 1977 he recorded two records for United Artists with the band, American Flyer, the first of which was produced by famed Beatles Producer Sir George Martin.

In 1978 he recorded the album, “Fuller Kaz” with Eric Kaz.

As a member of Little Feat, he was a major writer on “Let It Roll”; the band’s Grammy nominated 1989 album, “Representing The Mombo” (1991), and “Shake Me Up”, (1993).

From 1999–2001 Fuller lived in Nashville and wrote for Big Yellow Dog publishing. A father of four, he currently divides his time between Pinehurst, North Carolina and Nashville. Craig enjoys playing golf when he’s not performing 25–30 shows a year mostly with PPL or a solo acoustic show, sometimes with his son Patrick and on occasion with Little Feat.

This is a great article about Craig: Craig Fuller returns to play Indy Acoustic Cafe