The Company (folk rock band)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from The Company (folk-rock band))
Jump to: navigation, search

The Company was a folk-rock band, a short-lived off-shoot of the Au Go-Go Singers, featuring Roy Michaels, Rick Geiger, Michael Scott, Jean Gurney, and Stephen Stills.

The band did some touring in Canada during the summer of 1965 before disbanding. It was on this tour that Stills first came in contact with Neil Young during a chance meeting at Fort William, Ontario, where Young's group, The Squires, was also performing as a warm up act for The Company.