Fogerty will perform Across the Pond for two nights.
Legendary singer-songwriter and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee John Fogerty has announced a second UK date for his 2023 tour, The Celebration Tour, in which he will be joined again by His sons Shane and Tyler and their band Hearty Har Fogerty are scheduled to perform at the Manchester Arena in Manchester. UK on May 25, followed by The O2 in London, UK on May 29.
Pre-sale for The O2 begins on Thursday March 9 at 10am GMT by Live Nation and a pre-sale location for both days on Friday March 10 at 10am GMT. Public sale is scheduled for both. Dates start Saturday March 11 at 10am GMT via Ticketmaster.
Fogerty has plenty to celebrate in 2023. Famous songwriters have inspired generations of hits like “Proud Mary,” “Down on the Corner,” “Fortunate Son,” and “Bad Moon Rising,” among others. Many others have received great attention. Worldwide publishing rights to his historical music catalog from Concord. Songwriting has been John’s dream and personal mission for decades. For many years the copyright of Fogerty’s classic songs was the property of Saul Zaentz, owner of Fantasy Records, who sold the label and publishing work to the original Concord Music Group in 1995. Fogerty split himself off from Fantasy in 1974. Back – Signed with the label when purchased by Concord. Still, he has not been able to own his music until now.
In more exciting news, Fogerty has joined Spotify’s Billions Club as Creedence Clearwater Revival recorded Creedence Clearwater Revival’s “Have You Ever Seen the Rain” to commemorate their remarkable achievement with over a thousand streams. million times on the platform The exclusive club, which features members such as Queen (“Another One Bites the Dust”) and Nirvana (“Smells Like Teen Spirit”), currently has fewer than 400 songs. In the 60s, CCR is currently in the top three on Spotify, behind The Beatles and Fleetwood Mac, and ahead of The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin nearly 55 years after its debut. It is a striking testament to their timeless charm.
Written by John Fogerty and released in January 1971, “Have You Ever Seen the Rain” debuted alongside “Hey Tonight” as a two-page hit from the band’s sixth studio album Pendulum. This made the California band the most popular in the world. after many hit singles An appearance at Woodstock and their first European tour. That hard work is evident in the performance of this single. It reached #1 in Canada, Malaysia and South Africa, and reached the top 10 in more than 12 countries around the world. including Australia, Singapore, Brazil, and the United States, where it would eventually be certified 3X Platinum by the RIAA. In the years since its release, “Have You Ever Seen the Rain” remains a rock classic.