Pure Prairie League is best known for their '70s track "Amie
," but "Let Me Love You Tonight" is their biggest hit, going to #10 on the Hot 100 and #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart. The "Amie"-era lineup was fronted by Craig Fuller, who left the band when he got drafted for the Vietnam War. They had an intimate, country-rock sound at the time, but by 1980 had more contemporary vibe. They also had a promising young singer: Vince Gill, who came on board in 1978. Gill didn't write this song (group members Dan Greer, Jeff Wilson and Steve Woodard did), but you can hear in his delivery the sound that made him a country superstar a few years later.