John Fogerty Information Continued
John Fogerty and his brother, Tom Fogerty, formed the band Creedence Clearwater Revival in the late-1960s. In 1968, they released their first album which had their first hit single, "Susie Q". CCR had a string of hits and in 1971, John Fogerty left the the band. His influence was not forgotten with his departure though, and his guitar playing with CCR would later lead Rolling Stone to name him the 40th greatest guitarist of all time.
John Fogerty began a solo career that has spanned the decades and produced hits such as "The Old Man Down The Road" and "Rockin' All Over The World".
In October 2004, John Fogerty appeared on the "Vote for Change" tour where he played with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band.
In November 2005, John Fogerty released a compilation CD, The Long Road Home, which combined his CCR hits with his solo material. In 2006, he is touring with Willie Nelson as well as planning another album release.