John Fogerty’s Celebration Tour Makes A Pit Stop At Tanglewood

Former Creedence Clearwater Revival leader, John Fogerty will perform at Tanglewood Music Festival on June 20, 7 p.m. on the coveted Koussevitzky Music Shed stage.

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Fogerty is a Grammy award winning musician and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee that has shaped rock music with his distinctive country, folk, pop style. He was not only the founder of CCR but also wrote their greatest hits like “Susie Q” and “Proud Mary.” He released his first self-titled solo album in 1975. Additionally, in 1985 Fogerty released his third studio album with Warner Bros. Records, Centerfield.

In November of 2019, his “My 50 Year Trip” performance at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado was recorded for public broadcast but his tour was cut short due to Covid. Now he’s back on his “Celebration Tour,” playing at venues across the country including Tanglewood. This festival is the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and is located in the Berkshire Hills of Western Massachusetts.

George Thorogood and The Destroyers will make an appearance at the performance as well. Thorogood is a rock and roll artist known for his song “Bad To The Bone.” Another special guest will be Hearty Har, a band from Los Angeles formed in 2012 by Shane and Tyler Fogerty, the two sons of John Fogerty himself.
To Purchase Tickets to the show you can visit the Tanglewood website here.

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