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Creedence Clearwater Revival

Creedence Clearwater Revival came out of the San Francisco Bay area in the late ‘60s. But they sounded nothing like the other bands making noise during that fertile period in rock history. In fact, Creedence — fronted by singer and songwriter John Fogerty — sounded like they hailed from the other part of the country; specifically, the bayou swamps of Louisiana and the wide-open fields of the American South. During a whirlwind four-year period, they released a stunning string of Top 10 singles (collected on the essential ‘Chronicle Vol. 1’) and classic albums like ‘Willy and the Poor Boys.’ Whether chronicling deep, dark fables (‘Bad Moon Rising’) or railing against political injustice (‘Fortunate Son’), Fogerty was the voice of the everyman who saw the hippie dream and turned down the other path instead. Forty-five years later, his songs are still timely.

Watch Bruce Springsteen and Dave Grohl Cover Creedence Clearwater Revival’s ‘Fortunate Son’

Dave Grohl and Bruce Springsteen
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An impressive crowd of superstars gathered to honor American veterans at the Concert for Valor in Washington, D.C. yesterday, including Bruce Springsteen, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl and Zac Brown, who collaborated on a performance of the Creedence Clearwater Revival classic 'Fortunate Son.'

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45 Years Ago: Creedence Clearwater Revival Wraps Up An Amazing Year With ‘Willy and the Poor Boys’

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Evening Standard, Hulton Archive, Getty Images

Has anyone in rock history had a year as a productive and as uniformly excellent as Creedence Clearwater Revival did in 1969?

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Creedence Clearwater Revival Albums, Ranked From Worst to Best

Creedence Clearwater Revival

Before we sharpen our knives to begin splitting hairs as we consider the merits of ‘Bayou Country’ against the qualities of ‘Willie and the Poor Boys,’ let’s take a step back to appreciate the magnificence that is the entire Creedence Clearwater Revival catalog.

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45 Years Ago: Creedence Clearwater Revival Finds Its ‘Musical Center’ with ‘Green River’

Creedence Clearwater Revival, 'Green River'
Fantasy

John Fogerty has called 'Green River,' released today in 1969, his favorite Creedence Clearwater Revival album.

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Creedence Clearwater Revival, ‘Green River’ – Exclusive Lyric Video Premiere

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Hulton Archive, Getty Images

Celebrate one of the most worthy catalogs in history with a new lyric video for Creedence Clearwater Revival's 'Green River.'

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Creedence Clearwater Revisited Has No Plans To Reunite With John Fogerty

Doug "Cosmo" Clifford
Tim Mosenfelder, Getty Images

Doug Clifford says there are no plans to reunite with John Fogerty.

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Creedence Clearwater Revival Releasing ‘The ’69 Singles’ for Record Store Day

Creedence Clearwater Revival, 'The '69 Singles'
Concord

Creedence Clearwater Revival enjoyed a banner year in 1969, releasing three classic LPs jam-packed with hits, and they'll commemorate that incredible run with a limited edition release for Record Store Day 2014.

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45 Years Ago: Creedence Clearwater Revival Release ‘Bayou Country’

Evening Standard/Hulton Archive, Getty Images
Evening Standard/Hulton Archive, Getty Images

January 1969 announced the big-time arrival of Creedence Clearwater Revival, the unassuming, denim-and-flannel-clad quartet comprised of brothers John and Tom Fogerty and pals Stu Cook and Doug Clifford.

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John Fogerty Responds to Death of Creedence Label Owner Saul Zaentz With Stinging Video

Saul Zaentz, John Fogerty
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Saul Zaentz, the Fantasy Records label owner famous for suing Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman John Fogerty for self-plagiarism, has died at the age of 92. Fogerty's public response to this news makes it clear he has still not forgiven his former nemesis, even in death.

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Rolling Stones, CCR, Neil Young and U2 Records Join Grammy Hall of Fame

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Getty Images

Albums by Chicago, George Harrison, Neil Young and U2 will join songs by the Rolling Stones and War in the Grammy Hall of Fame next year. Creedence Clearwater Revival will have both an album (1970's 'Cosmo's Factory') and a single (1969's 'Fortunate Son') inducted as part of the 56th annual Grammy Awards.

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