Conversations with John Fogerty, Marky Ramone, Tom Odell and The Sadies' Dallas Good, Plus Slowriter's "Omen" Exclusive
Huffington Post - over 4 years
A Conversation with John Fogerty Mike Ragogna: Hey John, how are you? John Fogerty: I'm good Michael, how are you? MR: I'm pretty good. This looks like the year of John Fogerty, what the heck is happening? JF: [laughs] That's funny. I'm just staying busy, I guess. MR: You are staying busy, sir. You have a major tour schedule, kicking off part of at the Nokia Theatre in LA. You're focusing performing full Creedence albums in addition to your own. Where did the idea came from to perform the Creedence catalog? JF: Doing the old albums probably came from my wife. The idea is to play the entire album from first cut side one to last cut side two, which is interesting to even think about in this day and age. You know how nowadays, things come through the ether. The idea of trying to explain to somebody that there was one side and another side, they'd probably just stand there with their eyes glazing over. So it sort of focuses on that group of songs and it's a concept of a place to g...
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