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John Fogerty in Concert

Master songwriter John Fogerty, who wrote such iconic hits as “Proud Mary,” “Fortunate Son,” “Born On The Bayou” and “Who’ll Stop The Rain,” is hitting the Vegas stage.

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John Fogerty performs his songs from Creedence Clearwater Revival description

There are stars who barely scratch the surface of the music scene and then there’s John Fogerty. The legend himself has been in the limelight for a half-century. Now he’s heading to Vegas to scorch the stage with his many years of talent.

Every musician starts in that small band nobody has ever heard of, and the same goes for John Fogerty. In ’59 he joined a band called “The Golliwogs.” If you ask us, it kinda sounds like something that crawled out of the bog. Nonetheless, that jump started his career and before long he was performing with Creedence Clearwater Revival, which is obviously a pretty big leap. CCR hit it big with songs like, “Fortunate Son,” “Bad Moon Rising” and “Have you Ever Seen the Rain?” But like so many before him, Fogerty struck out on his own.

It’s time to pull up his music and study his playlist; we’re making sure we know every lyric when he hits the Vegas stage.

John Fogerty in Concert

Master songwriter John Fogerty, who wrote such iconic hits as “Proud Mary,” “Fortunate Son,” “Born On The Bayou” and “Who’ll Stop The Rain,” is hitting the Vegas stage.

Click Here to purchase tickets with Best Price Guarantee

John Fogerty performs his songs from Creedence Clearwater Revival description

There are stars who barely scratch the surface of the music scene and then there’s John Fogerty. The legend himself has been in the limelight for a half-century. Now he’s heading to Vegas to scorch the stage with his many years of talent.

Every musician starts in that small band nobody has ever heard of, and the same goes for John Fogerty. In ’59 he joined a band called “The Golliwogs.” If you ask us, it kinda sounds like something that crawled out of the bog. Nonetheless, that jump started his career and before long he was performing with Creedence Clearwater Revival, which is obviously a pretty big leap. CCR hit it big with songs like, “Fortunate Son,” “Bad Moon Rising” and “Have you Ever Seen the Rain?” But like so many before him, Fogerty struck out on his own.

It’s time to pull up his music and study his playlist; we’re making sure we know every lyric when he hits the Vegas stage.

John Fogerty in Concert

Master songwriter John Fogerty, who wrote such iconic hits as “Proud Mary,” “Fortunate Son,” “Born On The Bayou” and “Who’ll Stop The Rain,” is hitting the Vegas stage.

Click Here to purchase tickets with Best Price Guarantee

John Fogerty performs his songs from Creedence Clearwater Revival description

There are stars who barely scratch the surface of the music scene and then there’s John Fogerty. The legend himself has been in the limelight for a half-century. Now he’s heading to Vegas to scorch the stage with his many years of talent.

Every musician starts in that small band nobody has ever heard of, and the same goes for John Fogerty. In ’59 he joined a band called “The Golliwogs.” If you ask us, it kinda sounds like something that crawled out of the bog. Nonetheless, that jump started his career and before long he was performing with Creedence Clearwater Revival, which is obviously a pretty big leap. CCR hit it big with songs like, “Fortunate Son,” “Bad Moon Rising” and “Have you Ever Seen the Rain?” But like so many before him, Fogerty struck out on his own.

It’s time to pull up his music and study his playlist; we’re making sure we know every lyric when he hits the Vegas stage.

John Fogerty in Concert

Master songwriter John Fogerty, who wrote such iconic hits as “Proud Mary,” “Fortunate Son,” “Born On The Bayou” and “Who’ll Stop The Rain,” is hitting the Vegas stage.

Click Here to purchase tickets with Best Price Guarantee

John Fogerty performs his songs from Creedence Clearwater Revival description

There are stars who barely scratch the surface of the music scene and then there’s John Fogerty. The legend himself has been in the limelight for a half-century. Now he’s heading to Vegas to scorch the stage with his many years of talent.

Every musician starts in that small band nobody has ever heard of, and the same goes for John Fogerty. In ’59 he joined a band called “The Golliwogs.” If you ask us, it kinda sounds like something that crawled out of the bog. Nonetheless, that jump started his career and before long he was performing with Creedence Clearwater Revival, which is obviously a pretty big leap. CCR hit it big with songs like, “Fortunate Son,” “Bad Moon Rising” and “Have you Ever Seen the Rain?” But like so many before him, Fogerty struck out on his own.

It’s time to pull up his music and study his playlist; we’re making sure we know every lyric when he hits the Vegas stage.

John Fogerty in Concert

Master songwriter John Fogerty, who wrote such iconic hits as “Proud Mary,” “Fortunate Son,” “Born On The Bayou” and “Who’ll Stop The Rain,” is hitting the Vegas stage.

Click Here to purchase tickets with Best Price Guarantee

John Fogerty performs his songs from Creedence Clearwater Revival description

There are stars who barely scratch the surface of the music scene and then there’s John Fogerty. The legend himself has been in the limelight for a half-century. Now he’s heading to Vegas to scorch the stage with his many years of talent.

Every musician starts in that small band nobody has ever heard of, and the same goes for John Fogerty. In ’59 he joined a band called “The Golliwogs.” If you ask us, it kinda sounds like something that crawled out of the bog. Nonetheless, that jump started his career and before long he was performing with Creedence Clearwater Revival, which is obviously a pretty big leap. CCR hit it big with songs like, “Fortunate Son,” “Bad Moon Rising” and “Have you Ever Seen the Rain?” But like so many before him, Fogerty struck out on his own.

It’s time to pull up his music and study his playlist; we’re making sure we know every lyric when he hits the Vegas stage.