The roots rocker continues his well-received album tour with a run through Canada alternating between two classic CCR albums each evening.
Fogerty may very well have one of the longest tour names of the year. For his “Wrote A Song For Everyone: John Fogerty performs Live! The Albums Of Creedence Clearwater Revival” tour, the artist will rotate between 1969’s Bayou Country and 1970’s Cosmo’s Factory.
On nights when Fogerty plays Bayou Country the audience will hear classics such as “Proud Mary” and “Born On The Bayou” while Cosmo’s Factory evenings guarantee performances of “Travelin’ Band,” “Up Around The Bend,” “Run Through The Jungle” and “Lookin’ Out My Back Door.”
Speaking of albums, Fogerty has a new one in the works. Wrote A Song For Everyone is scheduled for a fall release.
Setting September aside for Canada, Fogerty begins the trek in St. John’s, Newfoundland, at Mile One Centre Sept. 8 and makes his way across the provinces towards British Columbia. Stops on the journey include Halifax, Nova Scotia, at Metro Centre Sept. 10; Toronto’s Sony Centre Sept. 14; Winnipeg, Manitoba, at MTS Centre Sept. 20; Edmonton, Alberta, at Rexall Place Sept. 22; and Victoria, British Columbia, at Save-On Foods Memorial Centre Sept. 29.
Lukas Nelson & The Promise Of The Real appear on all dates.
Presales are going on now and general onsales begin May 4. Check out JohnFogerty.com for more information.