January 9, 2014

Grammy Museum Exhibit Extended Through March 9

By popular demand, John’s Grammy Museum exhibit “Wrote A Song For Everyone” has been extended through March 9th, 2014. This reflective exhibit offers visitors a unique look at the musical career of the singer, songwriter and guitarist, who, for more than 45 years, has been making music that continues to speak in a powerful way to generations of musicians and music lovers alike. The exhibit was originally slated to end the last week of January but now fans have the opportunity to peruse the inner working’s of John’s life in to March.

On display through March 9, the John Fogerty: Wrote A Song For Everyone exhibit features:

  • Centerfield “Baseball Bat” guitar; played during his solo career;
  • Dobro guitar from 1969’s Green River album cover;
  • John’s personal scrapbook from his time with Creedence Clearwater Revival;
  • Handwritten lyrics to “Proud Mary”;
  • Fogerty’s high-school diploma and yearbook;
  • Costumes, posters, awards and albums;
  • Personal correspondence, tour ephemera and photographs;
  • The original recording contract CCR signed with Fantasy Records that came back to haunt him
  • And much more…

For more info, check out the Grammy Museum website.

1 response to Grammy Museum Exhibit Extended Through March 9

  1. Very happy to see the exhibition is staying open till March 9, I will be coming from Australia to see it, I am only in L.A. for 3 days, so it will be my first port of call!! Thanks so much!!