CREEDENCE LEGEND JOHN FOGERTY RETURNS TO ROYAL ALBERT HALL
Thirty-eight years after first stepping on the Royal Albert Hall stage in April 1970 as the leader of Creedence Clearwater Revival, John Fogerty triumphantly returns to the London venue on June 24 in support of his GRAMMY-nominated album 'Revival'. It will be Fogerty's first show at Royal Albert Hall since he performed there with CCR in September 1971. Playing at the historic venue during the height of CCR's phenomenal success, Fogerty couldn't have imagined the long journey that lay ahead of him. And now with his return to Royal Albert Hall Fogerty celebrates his recent 'Revival', coming full circle with a concert repertoire featuring his solo and CCR hits, as well as tracks from 'Revival,' of which Rolling Stone said "Fogerty finally reclaims his own musical vocabulary, playing with more passion and joy than he has in decades."The timing couldn't be better. The Royal Albert Hall show comes on the heels of a highly successful string of US dates which were met with heaps of critical praise. Here's what they're saying... "A reminder that he wrote some of the rock pantheon's definitive songs, which he continues to deliver with bite."-- LA Times"A masterful, triumphant concert that fused Fogerty's spirit, songs, and showmanship into an indomitable, indelible whole."-- Boston Globe "Fogerty and his five-piece band tore into "Good Golly Miss Molly," the first salvo in two hours of music that found the former leader of Creedence Clearwater Revival in the finest form of his solo career."-- Philadelphia Inquirer
"John Fogerty kills it in concert."-- Louisville Courier Journal
JOHN INDUCTS THE VENTURES INTO R&R HALL OF FAME
John honored The Ventures by inducting them into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, in New York City on March 10.
JOHN FOGERTY RADIO INTERVIEW WITH DENNIS ELSAS
Listen to John in conversation and performance with Dennis Elsas on WFUV.
JOHN FOGERTY'S GRAMMY NOMINATION!
"Revival" has been nominated for a Grammy award in the Best Rock Album category.
FOGERTY "AS FRESH AS TODAY'S HEADLINES AND AS TIMELESS AS CLASSIC CREEDENCE"