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Published: 2011/09/28

John Fogerty to Play Classic Creedence Albums

John Fogerty is the latest artist to perform some of his classic albums in their entirety. Billed as “Looking Out My Back Door: John Fogerty Performs Live! The Albums of Creedence Clearwater Revival,” the two-night run at New York’s Beacon Theater will find Fogerty performing Creedence Clearwater Revival’s Cosmo’s Factory on November 17 as well as Creedence’s Green River on November 18. In addition, Fogerty will perform a bonus set comprising classic songs from throughout his career each night. Delta Spirit will open both shows. Fogerty will headline a few additional dates in November.

Internet pre-sale tickets will be available beginning 8am EST this Saturday October 1. All remaining tickets will then go on sale to the general public on Monday October 10 at 10am EST. For full details and ticket information, please visit www.johnfogerty.com.

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beavis September 28, 2011, 10:42:55

GREAT Reporting…WHERE THE FUCK ARE THESE SHOWS TAKING PLACE????

DEGRATEFUL September 28, 2011, 10:55:39

HAHAHA!! Exactly!! Nice one!!

Steve Winfield September 28, 2011, 11:09:29

This is FANTASTIC! I have waited for this!! About time John Fogerty took the stage to do his albums he created! No more fake Creedence Clearwater Revisited.

jambands.com September 28, 2011, 12:20:48

Keep it clean up there guys. We added the location right after the initial post. it did not copy over originally for some reason. If you see errors on the site please send over to editors@relix.com

Jensen Lee September 28, 2011, 13:48:50

It’s a tribute to his talent that when John Fogerty was writing those early “swamp rock” classics like “Proud Mary” with CCR, he had yet to travel to the South; they were written in El Cerrito, CA. Rockaeology at http://bit.ly/iiPSiz tells how John wrote “Proud Mary”; it was his ecstatic reaction to receiving an honorable discharge from the Army Reserve that started the lyrics flowing. When he first came up with the title, “Mary” was to be the maid of a rich household. “Rollin’ on the river” was inspired by the paddle wheelers in an old Will Rogers movie.

matters September 29, 2011, 09:10:48

I wonder if the person(?) above ever gave an unsarcastic complement in his life. This site offers more good than bad reporting.

simon m October 14, 2011, 04:10:18

johnfogerty is admired all over the world-let it be known,the fans stuck by him in his difficult time from the 70s- to now-and his comeback—we all love his music—let it also be known—though he led the ccr band-the sound these days lacks that very ccr band sound-it be great if he patched up differences between himself and doug & stu-and play the real original tracks with the real ccr members—thats the only thing to do in completing johns life of music-he deprives us all-simon

Harry Flashman October 14, 2011, 12:03:09

I’d pay almost anything to see a CCR reunion, but I don’t think it’ll happen soon. I’ve met Doug and Stu and spoke with Doug at length once, and I can say they are both great, very appreciative of the fans, and pretty much in a live and let live mode at that time. I never got that sense about Fogerty, but I never met him either, so who knows. In the end it’s all about the magnificent music anyway.

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