1969 was a very good year for John Fogerty

1969 was a very good year for John Fogerty

Nineteen sixty-nine was a pretty good year for John Fogerty. His band, Creedence Clearwater Revival, released three landmark albums, hit the Top 5 on the charts with four singles, appeared twice on “The Ed Sullivan Show” and performed at Woodstock and the Atlanta Pop Festival.

Fogerty is celebrating ’69 this year with a tour that’s heavy on songs from the three albums CCR put out that year — “Bayou Country,” “Green River” and “Willy and the Poor Boys.” He plays Friday at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre, a venue he also played in 2011 and ’13.

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