On Veterans Day, the public can watch A Salute to the Troops: In Performance at the White House on pbs.org/whitehouse. The program also premieres globally via the American Forces Network (AFN) to American service men and women and civilians at U.S. Department of Defense locations around the world. President and Mrs. Obama welcome hundreds of [...]
The year 1969 was an extraordinary one for John Fogerty. During the course of 12 short months, his band Creedence Clearwater Revival released three Top 10 albums — “Bayou Country,” “Green River,” and “Willy and the Poor Boys.” Read the full interview at the Hamiltom Spectator.
The audio for the 1969 Canadian Tour is up for purchase and download on livedownloads.com/fogerty for a limited time!
A few photos from the second show in St. John’s, NL. Check out the Signature John Fogerty Flannel Guitar. Don’t miss your chance to live 1969 all over again. Tickets are still available for some of the upcoming shows.
John Fogerty performed on Friday night to a sold out crowd at Mile One Centre. Here are some exclusive photos from that trip back to 1969. Don’t miss the opportunity to live the magic from this extraordinary year. Tickets are still on sale for upcoming shows.
Every night that John Fogerty performs, it’s a musical time machine back to the late 1960s/early ’70s heyday of the band that made him famous, Creedence Clearwater Revival, as well as his own mid-’80s revival with the grand slam of Centerfield. Read the full review at The Chronicle Herald
The Creedence Clearwater Revival founder and front man hit St. John’s Friday night with a concert focused on 1969, the year CCR broke big with three smash records: Bayou Country, Green River, and Willy and the Poor Boys, any one of which would have been enough to earn the band its spot in the Rock [...]
Here are a few pictures from the 1969 Tour – Live Across Canada. Don’t miss the opportunity to live the magic from this extraordinary year. Tickets are still on sale for upcoming shows.
As Veterans Day approaches, the Washington air thickens with rock-star serenades. With droves expected on the Mall for Tuesday’s Concert for Valor — a rock/rap/R&B/country/pop extravaganza honoring American veterans — the White House hosted a more exclusive, elbow-roomier tribute concert Thursday night. Read more at The Washington Post