American rock legend and chart-topper John Fogerty’s roots-rock is steeped in blues and gospel traditions. In 1969, Fogerty wrote and produced three multi-platinum albums with Creedence Clearwater Revival that captured the spirit of our nation with the treasured enduring classics “Proud Mary,” “Born on the Bayou,” “Bad Moon Rising,” “Fortunate Son” and more. Fogerty celebrates this momentous year in history plus his catalogue of other all-time hits.
After CCR called it quits in 1972, Fogerty embarked on what would prove to be an equally impressive solo career. Among its many highlights are 1975’s “John Fogerty” – featuring the rollicking “Rockin’ All Over The World” – and 1985’s #1 phenomenon, “Centerfield.” With its trio of timeless hit singles, including “The Old Man Down The Road,” “Rock And Roll Girls,” and the irresistible title track, the multi-platinum collection marked Fogerty’s glorious return to the forefront of modern rock ‘n’ roll.
In 2013, Fogerty released “Wrote a Song for Everyone,” a testament to the fact that the songs written by Fogerty over the past forty-five years continue to speak in a powerful way to generations of music makers and music lovers.