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November 30, 2014 at 9:45 am #4466
Happy Thanksgiving!!! Chicken spent his turkey day flying from North Carolina to LAX to Vancouver. Oh my gosh! It was difficult to leave sunny and 82 LAX to go to -2 and snowy Vancouver (of course I’m mixing fahrenheit and celcius–it wasn’t THAT cold in Canada) but John Fogerty wasn’t in LAX. He was in the beautiful country to the north. My buddy-ette Darlene met me in Vancouver. We traveled over to Abbotsford for another amazing rock and roll performance. Even though we were in the nosebleed section (4th row floor) we had great seats and a perfect view of John and the band. Darlene was in charge of the setlist. Hopefully she will post it soon, but it was very similar to the other 3 shows I was lucky to see this tour. It was a treacherous drive back to Vancouver in the snow. But all of that energy and warmth from John’s fantastic performance seemed to go with us and melt the ice as we drove along. Woohoo! Rock on John! Rock on Canada! Rock on Thanksgiving turkeys and pumpkin pie (yummy!!!!).November 30, 2014 at 9:24 am #4465
Happy Thanksgiving Dan, Carol, River Boat Queen Mary and everyone else!!!November 30, 2014 at 9:20 am #4464
Thanks for the link.
I can tell them why John Fogerty is deserving of next year’s Kennedy Center Honor in two words: Proud Mary!!!
The rest of John’s songwriting is just icing on the cake. I’m surprised they haven’t honored America’s best rock-n-roller already. What are they waiting for?November 15, 2014 at 9:22 pm #4085
Hamilton R-O-C-K-E-D in the U-S-A, except that we were in Canada and it was John Fogerty instead of John Mellencamp–minor details…anyway, Mr. Fogerty was on fire tonight and delivered another awesome concert that had the entire floor standing, dancing and singing the entire night. Woohoo! That is the way rock and roll should be.
Who Stop Rain
Sweet H Hike
Hey 2 Nite
Long See Lite
PM (the most perfect song in the entire known universe)November 12, 2014 at 5:38 pm #4021
Rock on Robert! Safe travels! I’m flying back to Canada on Friday after my quick trip to Halifax Monday and Tuesday. Hopefully I will see you in Oshawa and Hamilton. Woohoo!October 30, 2014 at 5:16 pm #3819
I have been extremely lucky to have seen John and his band in concert numerous times. Some shows were in grand theaters, some were in run down places that had seen better days. Some were indoors and others were outdoors. Some had bright sunny days and some had rain. Some shows were in huge venues while others were in a small club or a venue about the size of my backyard. Some were in Australia, some in North America and some in Europe. Some of them I had somebody to go with, others I went to alone. Some shows I met other great fans who have participated on John’s various forums while other shows I didn’t see anyone I knew. Some of them I had a VIP front row ticket with access to sound check and a meet and greet backstage with John. Some of them I was in the VERY last row. Some of them were just John and his band. Some of them had opening acts (or John was the opening act). But every single show was special. I am so thankful that I have been able to experience such great music live so many times. There is no way I could rank the top 10 shows. But the NUMERO UNO show is EASY! It was my very first one–the Acura Music Festival in West Palm Beach Florida in 2000. Marcia Ball went on stage first, then Aaron Neville and finally John Fogerty!!! I absolutely loved Marcia and Aaron and didn’t want their sets to end but at the same time I couldn’t wait for their sets to end so the man I had wanted to see live for over 20 years could finally come on stage and R-O-C-K the joint! I was absolutely mesmerized while John belted out hit after hit. When it was over I didn’t know if I would ever see John Fogerty again, but I didn’t care because I had seen him once and he was INCREDIBLE!!!October 28, 2014 at 7:46 pm #3763
Yes indeed. Vegas ROCKED! I can’t wait for the 1969 shows in Canada. Woohoo!October 28, 2014 at 7:44 pm #3762
How are those RabbitOhs doing? Long time no hear from Mr. Rabbit on the John Fogerty Forum. I’m glad to see you posting again.October 4, 2014 at 1:14 pm #3660
I am SO sorry to hear this SAD news. Rock on Herminator! It was an honor to have met such a kind, sweet and gentle man. The California shows were always so special because we got to spend time with Herm and Rockin’ Grandma Donna.October 4, 2014 at 1:05 pm #3659
Oh my gosh! I just noticed the typo–Halifax snow! Yikes! I hope that typo isn’t prophetic. Southern chickens and snow DO NOT mix, but regardless of the November weather I’m gonna do my best to go see Mr. Fogerty in the beautiful city of Halifax NS. Woohoo!July 28, 2014 at 5:38 pm #3422
Hi Pam, unless something has changed the legendary Jackson Browne is opening for John in Holmdel. I’m almost as excited about seeing Jackson Browne as I am seeing John Fogerty again–almost, not quite. Woohoo! See y’all there!June 25, 2014 at 5:03 pm #3251
Hmmmmm….apparently Hoodoo Bob is in charge of reviewing the Durant OK show. Miss Darlene is AWOL. I wish I had known it was you Hoodoo Bob that was sitting a few seats away from me. I would have made sure I said hello. But anyway thanks for a WONDERFUL review!!! Rock On!!!
See y’all in Toledo in about a month. Woohoo!June 25, 2014 at 4:55 pm #3250
Cool pitcher! Thanks Swamp Girl!June 23, 2014 at 4:38 am #3236
Just got home from Frisco, locked the front door….
It all started on Friday afternoon when I picked up Darlene at DFW. We drove up to Durant OK to see John Fogerty perform another rocking concert. Darlene is in charge of that show’s details. Then we drove back to Dallas afterwards.
Saturday I drove up to Frisco TX to see Mr. B and Mr. F. Woohoo! Those parrotheads know how to ROCK. They LOVED John Fogerty. They were standing and dancing the entire time. It was wonderful to see.
737 Trav Band
Look Back Door
Long see light
Jazzfest song (don’t know the name)
Up around bend
Kenny started playing down corner, but it was the wrong song
Down corner with Jimmy Buffett
Then it was time for Mr. B to do his magic for the 104th time I have seen him in concert:
1 Summertime Blues
2 Brown Eyed Girl
3 Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes
4 My Head Hurts, My Feet Stink And I Don’t Love Jesus
5 Son Of A Son Of A Sailor
6 Sea Of Heartbreak (last played 6-02-2012: Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – Houston, TX)
7 Too Drunk To Karaoke
8 Come Monday
10 Knee Deep
12 Little Martha (ft Mac McAnally who told us he didn’t realize it was TWO guitars when he was unsuccessfully trying to learn to play this song but he NAILED it with only one guitar)
13 He Went To Paris
14 Cheeseburger In Paradise
15 Nobody From Nowhere (ft Brendan Mayer)
16 Getaway Car (ft Brendan Mayer)
17 One Particular Harbour
18 Free (Into The Mystic)
19 Southern Cross
20 A Pirate Looks At Forty
Encore, Band Intros
The Coral Reefer Band. Tina Gullickson right there. Miss Nadirah Shakoor. Mr Eric Darken on percussion. Brendan Mayer hiding up there in the percussion section. Mr Peter Mayer on guitar. The Lubbock, Texas Flash, Doyle Grisham on the pedal steel. Mr Mac McAnally on guitar and Shakespearian comments. Roger Guth on the drums and boogie steps. Uncle Jim Mayer on the bass. The happy lad from Trinidad, Robert Greenidge on the pans. Dancing, singing effortless Johnny Lovell on trumpet over there. And my man, Mr Michael Utley on the keyboard right there.
23 It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere (with Why Don’t We Get Drunk And Screw)
24 Northeast Texas Women (last played 05-22-2010: Pizza Hut Park – Frisco, TX)
25 Lovely CruiseMay 3, 2014 at 8:56 am #2958
That GOLDEN ticket is worth every penny! Woohoo!