Quick Q&A: John Fogerty

On July 5, the former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman rocks the Murat Theatre. We caught up with him down on the corner for a chat.

John Fogerty Sends Concert Tickets to Fan Seeking ‘Miracle’

If karma is real, Curnane clearly has some of the good stuff stored up, because members of Fogerty’s team happened to discover her ad — and responded by not only fulfilling her request, but sending her a pair of front-row tickets that came in an envelope reading “Believe in little miracles.”

John Fogerty brings 1969 to Radio City

"When you're young, you kind of put your head down and start working," said the 70-year-old musician. "You have an idea, and you work real hard, and when it comes true, you sort of just take it in stride."

Fogerty revives 1969 in Honolulu

He’ll be playing most of the hits CCR had in 1969 — “Down on the Corner” and “Fortunate Son,” to name two more. Expect to hear most of the other early favorites, and some of his post-CCR solo hits as well.

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.

Rig Rundown: John Fogerty Band

On May 3, 2015, John Fogerty’s tech, Dave Whiston, and son/co-guitarist Shane Fogerty hung with PG to talk gear before the band’s sold-out show at The Woods Amphitheater at Fontanel in Nashville.

Fogerty rolls on the river

Even in close-up, John Fogerty didn't appear a man of almost 70 — his birthday is May 28 — at his first-ever Tuscaloosa performance Sunday.

Music Fest Morning After: John Fogerty

"I’m a generation or more younger than Fogerty, but when I got around the fence and up near the stage I encountered two women at least a decade younger than me, who leapt and yelped in happy recognition at the opening chords of “Lookin’ Out My Backdoor” (It’s one of my favorites too). A few minutes later, people all around me, ages ranging from 20 to 60 were loudly singing the chorus of “Midnight Special” – a deeper cut, not a hit."

John Fogerty: The Cream Interview

In this Q&A, Fogerty regales the Cream with memories from 1969, the three Creedence albums released during it and how, in 1997, he embraced his Creedence catalog after more than a decade of refusing to play those songs live.

Late Night Music Roundup: John Fogerty

It was like a gathering of American greats on the Late Show when John Fogerty performed at the invitation of the program’s outgoing host, David Letterman. “Over the years we’ve had such tremendous music. And no greater than tonight,” Letterman told the audience as Fogerty took the stage.