Watch | John Fogerty Performs CCR Classics In Late Show With Stephen Colbert
John Fogerty with his family band, Fogerty Factory - The Late Show with Stephen Colbert / Youtube
Creedence Clearwater Revival founder John Fogerty adapted to the home performance setup in the midst of the coronavirus threat with a number for CBS-TV’s The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. The singer-songwriter was joined by his family members, specifically by his sons Tyler and Shane and daughter Kelsy for a performance of CCR’s 1970 hit, “Have You Ever Seen The Rain”. “Fortunate Son” was also recorded as an online bonus track.
The lead single “Have You Ever Seen The Rain” was released on the band’s sixth album Pendulum, where it reached the 8th place on the Billboard Hot 100, while the album itself ranked 5th on the Billboard 200. Meanwhile, “Fortunate Son” was issued with “Down The Corner” as a double single release for their fourth album, Wilie and The Poor Boys. Thee track ranked 3rd place on the US charts while the album became a best seller in the country, raking in over a million units sold.
John Fogerty is scheduled to play a fall leg as a part of his residency at the Encore Theater at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas.