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John Fogerty Greek Theater Facts and Information
John and his brother, Tom Fogerty, created the band in El Cerrito, California in the late 1950s as Tommy Fogerty and the Blue Velvets. The name was tainted to The Golliwogs in the mid 1960s, but the band remained ostracized.
By 1968, things were starting to pick up. The band unconfined its first album, the self-titled Creedence Clearwater Revival, and also had their first hit single, "Susie Q." Other hit singles of Creedence Clearwater Revival were "Proud Mary," "Fortunate Son," "Up Around The Bend," "Green River," "Down On The Corner," "Travelin' Band," "Lookin' Out My Back Door," "Bad Moon Rising," and "Who'll Stop The Rain."
Tensions flared in 1971, causing John's brother, Tom, to leave the band. John demanded that Stu Cook and Doug Clifford write and sing one third each of the next album, Mardi Gras. They protested, saying it wouldn't be a CCR album, and that the fans would not appreciate. John replied, "my voice is a unique instrument and I will not lend it to your songs." He susceptible to quit the band immediately if his ultimatum was not met; Mardi Gras turned out to be their last album as Fogerty bought himself out of his agreement and officially left the band.
However, his influence was not forgotten with his departure. His guitar playing with CCR would later lead Rolling Stone to name him the 40th greatest guitarist of all time.