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.
John Fogerty Reveals Woodstock 50 Plans ... If It Goes Ahead
Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman aims to recreate 1969 performance that upset him at the time.
John Fogerty Questions Timing of Former Bandmates' Retirement
The former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman just launched a new Las Vegas residency called "My 50 Year Trip."
Creedence Clearwater Revival Have Resolved Long-Standing Issues
Bassist Stu Cook says surviving members are "not sniping at each other anymore."
Watch the Trailer for Creedence Clearwater Revival’s New Box Set
The seven-LP complete studio collection arrives in November. Here's the exclusive premiere of the trailer.
Creedence Clearwater Revival’s Own Night in ‘Lodi’
Doug Clifford recalls the negative experience that inspired John Fogerty’s 1969 song.
Watch Creedence Clearwater Revival’s Video for ‘Fortunate Son'
Band's 50th anniversary celebration kicks off with illustration of classic song's relevance today.
John Fogerty / ZZ Top "Blues and Bayous" Tour: A Tale of the Tape
Two classic rock heavyweights take to the stage in a chooglin' boogie battle royale. How do they stack up?
How Bob Dylan Talked John Fogerty Into Playing CCR Songs Again
Former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman John Fogerty revealed why he started playing his own songs after a 25-year break following a conversation with Bob Dylan.
When Santana and Creedence Clearwater Revival Closed the Fillmore
An all-night concert by Bay Area bands helped say goodbye to Bill Graham's club.