creedence clearwater revival

Best Sellers From The ’60s: Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Green River”

The third of [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Creedence Clearwater Revival[/lastfm]’s seven albums released over just four years, Green River was, at the time, their most successful and biggest seller to date.


Bob Uecker’s Take On John Fogerty

[lastfm]Creedence Clearwater Revival[/lastfm] is our KOOL Artist Of The Week.  As such, I’ve been posting video of CCR.  Today’s video is actually Norm MacDonald telling a hilarious story about Bob Uecker & [lastfm]John Fogerty[/lastfm] on […]


CCR Loved The Grapevine

You know a song is popular when it’s covered over and over and over again.  Many don’t realize “I Heard It Through The Grapevine” was ORIGINALLY recorded by [lastfm]Smokey Robinson[/lastfm] & [lastfm]The Miracles[/lastfm].  While [lastfm]Marvin […]


Jeffro’s Fave CCR Song

[lastfm]Creedence Clearwater Revival[/lastfm] is our KOOL Artist Of The Week.  [lastfm]John Fogerty[/lastfm] has SUCH a signature sound, it can be difficult to pick a favorite CCR song.  No worries, I have.  And, I’m sure Tom […]


John Fogerty Talks Music And Radio In A 1997 Interview

John Fogerty discusses radio, songwriting, and inspiration in a classic 1997 interview.


Playing Together After The Breakup

On October 16, 1972 Fantasy Records and the band officially announced the disbanding of Creedence Clearwater Revival. The original Creedence lineup rarely reunited after their breakup, and never


How did Creedence get their Southern Persona?

Being from Northern California they weren’t even close geographically.


“They’re not hip…but they are the best.”

Who said, “Creedence wasn’t the hippest band in the world, but they were the best.”


We lost a couple of singers on Valentine Day

Neither will make big headlines, but both made good music, seperated by a couple of decades.