Starting in 1968, John Fogerty led Creedence Clearwater Revival on seven terrific albums. After years of playing in bands (he founded the Blue Velvets in 1959 with his brother Tom, also in CCR, and the Golliwogs in the first part of the '60s), Fogerty went solo in 1972 and recorded as the Blue Ridge Rangers. After releasing a self-titled record in 1975, he took a 10-year break before returning with the double-platinum, No. 1 album 'Centerfield.' It sparked a career rebirth, which has resulted in the Grammy-winning 'Blue Moon Swamp' album and a steady stream of live performances where he still delivers CCR's hits with commitment.
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Rocker expressed his criticism in a video posted to Instagram.
When John Fogerty Thought Someone Beat Him to ‘Lodi’
Songwriter remembers anger as he heard someone else using an idea he'd carried since childhood.
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Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman twisted a merchandise ad into a new idea.
John Fogerty Came Up with ‘Green River’ when He Was 8 Years Old
Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman never forgot soda logo.
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The former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman returns to 17 favorites and two choice covers.
John Fogerty Thought Creedence's Woodstock Set Wasn't Remarkable
Their complete performance finally saw release this year.