Those of you out there who couldn’t tune into last week’s Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony missed one hell of a show, including Randy Newman joined by Tom Petty, Jackson Browne and John Fogerty for a rendition of his hit “I Love L.A.”
John Fogerty in particular has been big on performing with several different artists in the past few months, although the Creedence Clearwater Revival mastermind has been leading and touring his own band for decades.
His upcoming album, Wrote A Song For Everyone, for example will feature the prolific songwriter re-imagining some of his biggest hits, collaborating with a slew of artists ranging from My Morning Jacket to Jennifer Hudson.
More recently, Fogerty has been featured in a handful of shows as part of Dave Grohl’s Sound City Players while the Foo Fighters frontman returned the favor with a cameo on Fogerty’s album.
Fogerty then reunited with Grohl and fellow Foo Fighter bandmate Taylor Hawkins during the Rock Hall’s finale, where the super...Read More