John Fogerty is an American singer-songwriter and musician hailing from Berkeley, California. Born in 1945, he would originally make a name for himself as the frontman of Creedence Clearwater Revival in the late '60s/early '70s, with whom he sold over 25million records worldwide.
After Creedence Clearwater Revival came to an end, Fogerty embarked on a solo career, and proved to be a hit - he put out his debut LP, 'The Blue Ridge Rangers', in '73, but it was 1985's 'Centerfield' that saw him topping the US Charts, and also earning a double platinum certification.
Still writing and releasing music as often as possible, Fogerty also continues to perform live with the same prowess he always has. He's an incredibly talented guitarist (he's often featured in Top 100 All-Time Guitarists lists) and needs to be experienced live on stage.
John Fogerty celebrated 1969, the year he wrote and recorded three Creedance Clearwater Revival albums, on tour across North American in summer 2015.
2018 will see him touring alongside ZZ Top in the US, as well as a headline slot at Bluesfest at London's O2 Arena in October. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
Mon 22nd Jan 2018
Creedence Clearwater Revival co-founder John Fogerty will continue the 20th anniversary celebrations of his Grammy Award-winning 1997 solo album, 'Blue Moon Swamp’, with an extensive reissue campaign.