Creedence Clearwater Revival
John Fogerty came to feel that Creedence Clearwater Revival's deal with Fantasy Records was unfair and onerous, and he eventually agreed to cede an even larger percentage of the money from that catalog to extricate himself. On his 1985 album 'Centerfield' he included two songs that were thinly-veiled attacks on Fantasy Records President Saul Zaentz, who responded
John Fogerty has confirmed that his upcoming album will be centered around classic Creedence Clearwater Revival songs, but the album's engineer says the result is completely new songs. Kid Rock, Bob Seger, Jennifer Hudson and the Foo Fighters are among the confirmed musicians who contributed to 'Wrote a Song for Everyone.'
If you're looking for a reason to stay in tonight, PBS has it as their 'My Music' series served up 'Ed Sullivan's Top Performers.' The special, airing on PBS stations across the country, takes a look back at the longtime variety show host's top music acts.
John Fogerty is digging back into the archives to revisit his past glories with a new spin on them with modern artists. The recording process is still underway for the series of collaborations that will eventually make up the 'Wrote a Song for Everyone' album, and last Wednesday that led him to New Orleans to work with Jennifer Hudson.