John Fogerty delivers a grand slam

John Fogerty delivers a grand slam “John Fogerty delivers a grand slam…From start to finish, it was arguably the best concert ever in the six-year history of the SOEC.”

John Fogerty gives centre stage to 1969

Creedence Clearwater Revival’s momentum in 1969 is not entirely without parallel in rock ’n’ roll history. Other artists have had feverishly productive years, too — but the list isn’t a long one.

Fogerty swamp-boogies like it was 1969

“…the curtain fell down and there was Fogerty and his five-piece band tying right into Born On the Bayou. The crowd was delirious already.” Read the full review at the StarPheonix…”

Far from the bayou

John Fogerty may have been born on the bayou, but he was right at home in Moose Jaw. The veteran rocker rolled through the Friendly City’s Mosaic Place on Thursday, bringing a full band and a deep catalogue of classics from his solo career and days with Creedence Clearwater Revival (CCR) to a sold-out crowd.

MusIC PREVIEW: Rock and roll, deja vu

Following the last tour where he alternated between playing Cosmo’s Factory and Born on the Bayou albums in their entireties, on this “One Extraordinary Year” tour Fogerty will be performing only CCR songs released in the year 1969.

MUSIC PREVIEW: Rock and roll, deja vu

Following the last tour where he alternated between playing Cosmo’s Factory and Born on the Bayou albums in their entireties, on this “One Extraordinary Year” tour Fogerty will be performing only CCR songs released in the year 1969.

Classic rocker John Fogerty is headed back to 1969

The year 1969 is responsible for some of the most iconic, indelible images in American history. Neil Armstrong saluting the red, white and blue on the surface of the moon. Blissed-out counterculture revellers, all wide-eyed, flower crowns and dirty feet, at Woodstock.

Casino Rama Resort, Orillia

The heady days of 1969 were alive and well at Casino Rama, when rock legend John Fogerty rolled in with Creedence Clearwater Revival on his mind.

John Fogerty at the Bell Centre

There can be no doubt that Fogerty, 69, is one of the last practitioners of Chuck Berry-based, full throttle rock n’ roll (Brian Setzer and George Thorogood are among his few kindred spirits).