John Fogerty Tour

EVENT VENUE DATE/TIME  
John Fogerty Choctaw Casino & Resort – Durant
Durant, OK
Friday
6/20/2014
7:00PM

John Fogerty Blue Hills Bank Pavilion (formerly Bank of America Pavilion)
Boston, MA
Wednesday
7/16/2014
7:30PM

John Fogerty Sands Bethlehem Event Center
Bethlehem, PA
Friday
7/18/2014
7:30PM

John Fogerty Borgata Events Center
Atlantic City, NJ
Saturday
7/19/2014
8:00PM

John Fogerty PNC Pavilion At The Riverbend Music Center
Cincinnati, OH
Friday
7/25/2014
8:00PM

Jimmy Buffett & John Fogerty Comerica Park
Detroit, MI
Saturday
7/26/2014
7:00PM

John Fogerty The Chicago Theatre
Chicago, IL
Sunday
7/27/2014
7:30PM

John Fogerty The Lawn At White River State Park
Indianapolis, IN
Tuesday
7/29/2014
8:00PM

John Fogerty Toledo Zoo Amphitheatre
Toledo, OH
Wednesday
7/30/2014
8:00PM

John Fogerty Cross Insurance Center
Bangor, ME
Saturday
8/2/2014
7:30PM

John Fogerty & Jackson Browne PNC Bank Arts Center
Holmdel, NJ
Monday
8/4/2014
7:30PM

John Fogerty & Jackson Browne Nikon at Jones Beach Theater
Wantagh, NY
Tuesday
8/5/2014
7:30PM

John Fogerty Erie County State Fair
Hamburg, NY
Thursday
8/7/2014
8:00PM

John Fogerty Bethel Woods Center For The Arts
Bethel, NY
Friday
8/8/2014
8:00PM

John Cameron Fogerty is an American musician, songwriter, and guitarist. Born in born May 28, 1945, he was famously associated with the swamp rock/roots rock band Creedence Clearwater Revival (CCR) and as a solo recording artist. While he remains one of the most popular American musicians, he was also featured on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of 100 Greatest Guitarists at No. 40 and the list of 100 Greatest Singers at No. 72.

He is best known for the songs “Proud Mary” and “Born on the Bayou” which rank amongst the Greatest Pop songs.

He went to the El Cerrito High School where he studied with the other members of Creedence Clearwater Revival (CCR) all the while taking guitar lessons from Berkeley Folk Festival creator/producer Barry Olivier.

Along with his brother Tom, John collaborated with Doug Clifford and Stu Cook in the late 1950s to create the band Tommy Fogerty and the Blue Velvets in El Cerrito, California. It was largely inspired by Little Richard and Bo Diddley, the pioneers of rock and roll. They changed their name to The Golliwogs after contracting with the jazz label Fantasy in 1965 and came out with some singles that went unnoticed.