Sunday, November 3, 2019

John Fogerty Celebrates His "50 Year Trip" With New Concert Film & Soundtrack

On November 11th (Veterans Day), BMG will be releasing the full-length concert film "John Fogerty - 50 Year Trip: Live at Red Rocks." The show was recorded this past June at the iconic venue, to celebrate Fogerty's fifty year career, both as a solo artists and as a founding member of the band, Creedence Clearwater Revival. Arriving three days earlier on November 8th, BMG will have the soundtrack to that like concert available digitally and as a 2-CD set.

The 19-song setlist covers all of the CCR hits, as Fogerty sounds empowered to be able to sing these classics with energy and vigor. His band fully supports Fogerty on the extended jams of "Green River," "I Heard It Through The Grapevine" and "Keep On Chooglin'." John Fogerty still delivers the swagger of "Suzie Q," even more than fifty years later, before reaching "Rock And Roll Girls," the first of only three solo tracks that he performed that show. You can still hear the passion that Fogerty has for performing live, as he belts out the lyrics to "As Long As I Can See The Light" and "Have You Ever Seen The Rain." The show closes with a hyper-drive version of "Fortune Son," as Fogerty and the band just blast through this political anthem, along with "Bad Moon Rising" and the final sing-along of "Proud Mary." For a list of John Fogerty's upcoming live shows, plus the cinemas showing the concert film on November 11th and to find out more about the live concert release of "John Fogerty - 50 Year Trip: Live At Red Rocks," please visit johnfogerty.com

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