While 1969 was undoubtedly the most prolific year in the professional life of John Fogerty, the rock and roll legend wasn’t about to put any limitations on his current tour.
Entitled Creedence Clearwater Revival – 1969, Fogerty’s tour celebrates the quality of Bayou Country, Green River and Willie And The Poor Boys, all of which were released in 1969. The 70-year-old Fogerty pulled the tour into Regina on Wednesday night and while the two-hour, 25-song set contained many hits with the 1969 albums, he didn’t forget to include songs from the depths of his vast catalogue.
“We’re going to have a rocking good time tonight. We’re not going to worry about what time it is or what year it is,” Fogerty told the Brandt Centre crowd early in the show.