Classic rockers Buffalo Springfield have postponed their reunion tour again and now have no fixed date for a get together.
Neil Young and bandmates Richie Furay and Stephen Stills played their first concert together in 42 years when they reformed for the Bridge School Benefit last year (10). They subsequently played a string of California shows and the Bonnaroo festival earlier this year (11).
The band had originally planned on launching a 30-date American tour this autumn (11), but the trio rescheduled the get together to January and February next year (12).
Now Furay's manager tells RollingStone.com, "This delay happened for a multitude of reasons. The plan is still to tour next year. There's not a timeline at this point. Buffalo Springfield is at the top of Neil's list of priorities. It's just a matter of finding a time that works for everybody."