John Cameron Fogerty (born May 28, 1945) is an American musician, songwriter, and guitarist, early in his career best known as the lead singer and lead guitarist for the band Creedence Clearwater Revival (CCR) and later as a successful solo recording artist. Fogerty was listed...Wikipedia
Born: 28th May, 1945, Berkeley, California, USA
Height: 5' 11" (180 cm)
Claim to Fame: Founder/frontman of Creedence Clearwater Revival,
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Blue Moon Swamp is the fifth solo album by American singer/songwriter John Fogerty, released in 1997 Guest musicians for vocal backing, the Lonesome River Band, were invited to join in on "Southern Streamline" and "Rambunctious Boy". Other vocal backing was provided by The Waters on "Blueboy" and The Fairfield Four on "A Hundred and Ten in the Shade". Luis Conte accompanied on select songs as a guest percussionist.
In 1968 with Creedence Clearwater Revival opened for The Turtles at The Filmore East in New York City.
Shortly after the release of his solo album "Centerfield," he was sued for plagiarizing himself. The lawsuit claimed that his song "The Old Man Down the Road" shared the same chorus as "Run Through the Jungle," a song from his CCR days. Fogerty ended up winning his case, by proving that many artists have very distinct styles that can make different compositions sound similar to unfamiliar ears.
The greatest gambler in the West has finally met his match.
Bret Maverick, needing money for a poker tournament, faces various comic mishaps and challenges, including a charming woman thief.
The ones I have got great necks; of course, all of the Fenders from that era are incredible.
I went pretty much for one tone, and I knew at that time that I wanted to play a Rickenbacker.