Music by Turner: Relive 1969 with Fogerty in concert

1969 was quite a year for John Fogerty and his band Creedence Clearwater Revival. Can you imagine a recording artist or group these days recording and releasing three top-10 albums of all-new material in just one year? Those three albums (Bayou Country, Green River and Willy and the Poor Boys) were also chock full of hit singles that remain classic rock staples to this day.

Beale Street Music Festival: Saturday Band Guide

3 out of 4 critics picked John's set as one to watch at the Beale Street Fest: 10:15 p.m. John Fogerty: One of the most distinctive songwriting and singing voices in all of rock and roll, John Fogerty is a California native who has forged a spectacular body of work plumbing the sounds and imagery of the American South.

John Fogerty tour launches in May, autobiography due this fall

Rocker John Fogerty has been sharing his thoughts about society, politics and life through song for nearly half a century, and come this fall he’ll walk readers through the key points of his life in his autobiography, “Fortunate Son: My Life, My Music,” set for publication Oct. 6.

John Fogerty going on '1969' tour, releasing autobiography

1969 was a pretty great year for John Fogerty, whose band Creedence Clearwater Revival put out not one, not two, but three now-classic albums in that same year (Bayou County, Green River and Willy and the Poor Boys). He'll be celebrating the material from those albums (as well as other favorites from throughout his career) on another leg of his "1969" tour which happens throughout the US from May-August.

John Fogerty to release autobiography

John Fogerty will deliver his much-anticipated memoir, “Fortunate Son: My Life, My Music,” on Oct. 6, according to publisher Little, Brown and Company. The former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman promises to delve extensively into his early days growing up in the East Bay, battling for control of his songs and navigating solo success.


CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED TOUR CELEBRATES ONE EXTRAORDINARY YEAR 1969 - The Year Fogerty Wrote & Recorded - For CCR - Three Seminal Albums Auto-Biography Set To Be Released This Fall JOHN FOGERTY’s highly-anticipated world-wide “1969” tour is pleased to announce additional U.S. dates. Beginning May 2nd with a special appearance at the Beale Street Music Festival, the tour will continue to the east coast with stops in North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and South Carolina before heading south to Florida with sh

Don't Miss John Fogerty at the 2015 Beale Street Music Festival

John Fogerty will rock the Beale Street Music Festival in Downtown Memphis on May 2nd, 2015. The 2015 Beale Street Music Festival marks the 39th anniversary of the festival which each year attracts music enthusiasts from all 50 states and a dozen foreign countries to the storied city where rock-n-roll and blues music all began.

NHL Stadium Series: John Fogerty, Melissa Etheridge rock Levi's Stadium

Fogerty opened the set -- which came during the game's first intermission -- with "Bad Moon Rising." He'd then crank out a sensational medley of "Born on the Bayou," "Proud Mary" and, best of all, "Fortunate Son," which is nothing less than one of the finest rockers of all time. He closed the set with "Up Around the Bend."


On Saturday, Feb. 21, the 2015 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series™ outdoor matchup between the host San Jose Sharks® against the Los Angeles Kings® at Levi’s® Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. will feature a pre-game celebration by rock legend and Bay Area native John Fogerty.

We're excited to be part of the Hollywood Bowl's 2015 season on July 15th

After launching his latest tour, “1969”, in Canada last November, JOHN FOGERTY announces the continuation of his highly-anticipated world-wide excursion with U.S. dates set for early this summer. The tour is scheduled for the legendary Hollywood Bowl on July 15th. More “1969” U.S. tour dates will be announced shortly.


“if you’re ever on the fence about a Fogerty concert, go forward without hesitation. If only for the deep cuts. They are things of fierce beauty.” Read More at the Time Colonist." - See more at: