Thursday, May 23, 2013

VIDEO: John Fogerty rocks two nights of Letterman

John Fogerty rocked back-to-back nights of The Late Show With David Letterman this week as part of the promotion for his May 28th release, “Wrote A Song For Everyone.”

On Tuesday, Fogerty played one of the album’s new songs, “Mystic Highway,” before returning on Wednesday with Dawes to perform the Creedence Clearwater Revival classic, “Someday Never Comes.”

“Wrote A Song For Everyone” is an all-star duets project that features Fogerty pairing with artists like Foo Fighters, Bob Seger, Kid Rock, Zac Brown Band, My Morning Jacket, and others to perform tunes from his legendary songbook, including solo tracks and CCR cuts.

To launch his new album, Fogerty is hosting a special one-night-only show on May 28th at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles; the performance will be broadcast live on AXS TV.

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