“Proud Mary” felt especially appropriate.
The former bandmates sued Fogerty because of an agreement they say he broke.
“No lawyers, lawsuits, or angry ex-band members will stop me ever again from singing my songs.”
Fogerty’s former bandmates claim his recent comments violates a settlement between the two parties.
“At its core I believe the issue is really about what a great country we have that a song like this can be performed in a setting like Concert For Valor.”
Additional artists performing at the Nashville and Charleston festivals include Blackberry Smoke, Dawes, Clare Bowen, and Fitz and the Tantrums.
We separated the “so cold” performances from the “bleeding volcanoes” to ask the question: Whose $16-song slot made music history? We’ve categorized, divided and deemed which acts will not fade away.
This week, June 24 – 29: Miley Cyrus brings the prospective song of the summer to Kimmel; Mavis Staples reestablishes her R&B dominance; and Ryan Bingham reps good, sturdy Americana.
Set phasers to happy; robot rock remains at No. 1 for a second week on the Billboard 200 album chart.
In honor of John Fogerty’s new album, “Wrote A Song For Everyone,” let’s have a look at his recorded output since 1997, when a new album seemed to rejuvenate and reinvigorate the CCR frontman.
“We’re in the process of re-branding the H.O.R.D.E. tour, we’ll be bringing that out with a group of bands and artists that the fans will really enjoy.” — Robert Randolph
Every Tuesday, Dan Weiss runs down the week’s new full-length music releases, from charting hits to more obscure depths, the underrated and the overrated,
This week, May 20 – 26, is all about rock ‘n’ roll: The National are performing on two late night shows; former (and possibly future) Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman John Fogerty is performing two nights back-to-back; and Thirty Seconds to Mars bring on the emo.
“It’s not something I’m actively seeking. But I’m not totally against the idea either. It just seems like I always hear that’s not going to happen.” – John Fogerty on the possibility of a Creedence Clearwater Revival reunion.
Tim McGraw is not afraid of turning 50. Having just reached age 46 on May 1, the country star told CBS This Morning’s Gayle King that he’s even “looking forward” to that impending milestone.
Radio.com spoke to John Fogerty before he performed with Randy Newman at the Rock Hall Induction Ceremony, where he discussed his upcoming tour plans and recent collabs.