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John Fogerty Bio

Few musicians can boast as long and as important a career as John Fogerty, who rose to fame as the lead singer of the folk rock/blues rock act Creedence Clearwater Revival and has maintained his fame with a long and successful solo career. For more than 50 years, John Fogerty has been writing iconic songs and making music with his bands and on his own. Fogerty’s legions of fans still rush to buy John Fogerty tickets and John Fogerty records.

John Fogerty was born on May 28, 1945 in Berkeley, California. Growing up in the bay area, primarily in the city of El Cerrito, Fogerty saw the 50s and 60s San Francisco scene first-hand. He listened to local acts as well as rock pioneers like Little Richard and Bo Diddley. Early rock music and its blues roots would continue to influence Fogerty’s own songwriting for the entirety of his career. When Fogerty’s band eventually emerged from the Bay Area in the late 1960s, they would do so with a sound that was more rooted in folk and blues than in the psychedelic scene most associated with the Bay Area.

Fogerty attended El Cerrito High School and took guitar lessons from Barry Olivier, the founder of the Berkeley Folk Festival. Fogerty’s love of music began to get more serious in high school, and he’d soon teamed up with his older brother, Tom Fogerty, to form his first band. Two high school classmates of the musical brothers, Doug Clifford and Stu Cook, came in to complete the fledgling group. With Cook on bass, Clifford on drums, and the Fogerty brothers on guitars, the band was born. They called themselves Tommy Fogerty and the Blue Velvets. It was an early form of Creedence Clearwater Revival, though at that time none of the members knew what was in store for them. At this point, John Fogerty wasn’t yet the group’s frontman – instead, his older brother Tommy was.

Tommy Fogerty and the Blue Velvets did well enough to earn the attention of the San Francisco-based record label Fantasy. The band signed a deal with Fantasy in 1965. Around the same time, the group changed their name to the Golliwogs. They released a few singles as the Golliwogs, but the band soon had to go on hiatus: John Fogerty was one of two band members to receive a draft notice in 1966.

Fogerty joined the Army Reserve and was discharged one year later, in 1967. The band got back together and changed its name a second time. This time, they decided to call themselves Creedence Clearwater Revival. By 1968, the band had their first album and their first hit single. The hit was “Susie Q,” the second single released under the Creedence Clearwater Revival name. It hit number 11 on the Billboard charts.

“Susie Q” and the group’s self-titled debut put them on the map, but it was their second album, 1969’s Bayou Country, that made them true superstars. Bayou Country went platinum and was the first of a string of hit records for the group. Following Bayou Country, the band released two more records in 1969: Green River and Willy and the Poor Boys. They followed those with Cosmo’s Factory (1970) and Pendulum (1970), two more huge hits. It was the most prolific period of the group’s career, and of Fogerty’s as well.

But while things were going well for the band commercially, the members’ working relationships were in turmoil. Fogerty had taken complete control of the band, which his bandmates resented. Tom Fogerty quit the band during the recording of Pendulum in 1970; the group’s final album, Mardi Gras (1972), would be its only release not to feature both Fogerty brothers. Fogerty allowed his remaining bandmates to share songwriting duties for Mardi Gras, but the attempt at a more collaborative atmosphere couldn’t save the band. Mardi Gras didn’t sell as well as Creedence Clearwater Revival’s prior albums. Fogerty began feuding with Fantasy over the band’s recording deal, which was very unfavorable for the group. After one last tour, Creedence Clearwater Revival finally disbanded.

After the demise of Creedence Clearwater Revival, Fogerty made an album of country covers. He credited the new album to a group called “Blue Ridge Rangers.” Fogerty, however, was the only member of the group. He had embarked on his solo career, even if he wasn’t yet willing to call it that.

Fogerty’s first solo release under his own name was the self-titled John Fogerty (1975). It was a modest success, but an important step in his career. For the first time, fans could buy John Fogerty tickets and see him perform as a solo act.

But Fogerty was reluctant to dive head-first into his solo career. He waited ten years before releasing Centerfield (1985), and in the meantime refused to play songs from his old Creedence Clearwater Revival days. Fogerty was still embroiled in a feud with Fantasy over the rights to those songs. He wouldn’t play those classics again until 1987, when he performed a few in Los Angeles and then played an entire show full of them in a benefit for Vietnam veterans. After Eye of the Zombie (1986), Fogerty took a second decade-long hiatus.

When Fogerty returned, he returned in style. Blue Moon Swamp (1997) was well received by critics and earned Fogerty a Grammy win in the category of best rock album. Fogerty returned to touring and released the live album Premonition (1998), which brought his live act to fans who may not have been able to get John Fogerty tickets.

In the 2000s, Fogerty released another studio album (2004’s Deju Vu All Over Again), a compilation (2005’s The Long Road Home, which was notable for including both solo material and Creedence Clearwater Revival tracks), a live album (2006’s The Long Road Home – In Concert), and a live DVD (2009’s Comin' Down the Road: The Concert at Royal Albert Hall). It was his most prolific period since his days with Creedence Clearwater Revival, and it marked a return to form critically and commercially. Today, John Fogerty tickets and albums are once again some of the hottest sellers in the industry.

Top 3 John Fogerty Tracks:

Have You Ever Seen the Rain
Rockin' All Over the World

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Cheap John Fogerty Tickets

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$11.00 John Fogerty — 07/15/2015
Hollywood Bowl; Hollywood, CA
$19.00 John Fogerty — 05/17/2015
Cruzan Amphitheatre; West Palm Beach, FL
$26.00 John Fogerty — 07/08/2015
FirstMerit Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island (formerly Charter One Pavilion); Chicago, IL
$27.00 John Fogerty — 05/22/2016
Riverside Theatre; Milwaukee, WI
$29.00 John Fogerty — 11/10/2014
Scotiabank Centre; Halifax, Canada
$29.00 John Fogerty — 07/11/2016
Molson Amphitheatre; Toronto, ON
$30.00 John Fogerty — 08/25/2016
Ravinia Pavilion; Highland Park, IL
$30.00 John Fogerty — 07/12/2016
Bell Centre; Montreal, PQ
$35.00 San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo: John Fogerty — 02/13/2017
AT&T Center; San Antonio, TX
$36.00 John Fogerty — 11/23/2014
Rexall Place; Edmonton, AB

Best and Most Expensive John Fogerty Tickets

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$1,030.00John Fogerty — 11/19/2014
MTS Centre; Winnipeg, MB
$839.00John Fogerty — 10/12/2015
Troubadour; West Hollywood, CA
$435.00John Fogerty — 01/13/2018
Wynn Las Vegas Encore Theatre; Las Vegas, NV
$344.00John Fogerty — 10/06/2017
Wynn Las Vegas Encore Theatre; Las Vegas, NV
$339.00John Fogerty — 01/23/2016
The Venetian Hotel & Casino; Las Vegas, NV
$315.00John Fogerty — 01/12/2018
Wynn Las Vegas Encore Theatre; Las Vegas, NV
$261.00John Fogerty — 10/07/2017
Wynn Las Vegas Encore Theatre; Las Vegas, NV
$244.00John Fogerty — 10/16/2015
The GRAMMY Museum; Los Angeles, CA
$231.00John Fogerty — 07/14/2017
RiverEdge Park; Aurora, IL
$225.00John Fogerty — 11/20/2014
Moose Jaw Cultural Center; Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan