Rod Laver Arena March 27th 2012:
After years of not being allowed to play his own songs, John Fogerty told a packed stadium he wanted to convey the flavour of the time in 1970 when his band recorded Cosmo's Factory, the seminal Creedence Clearwater Revival album that yielded such timeless songs as Lookin' Out My Back Door, Who'll Stop the Rain and Long as I Can See the Light...
In just two hours and ten minutes John Fogerty warped a packed Rod Laver Arena back to an era where music was peace, love and unrestrained copulation. It was a celebration of Americana, an occasion drenched in nostalgia and “remember when” sentimentality. Most of all, it was about the songs. At 66 Fogerty proved he still has the goods, running through Cosmo’s Factory in its entirety as well as an avalanche of Creedence Clearwater Revival hits and covers...
Check out a couple live shots of John live in Melbourne below!