John Fogerty returns to the Royal Albert Hall for the first time in 37 years - he previously performed there with Creedence Clearwater Revival in 1971. John and band perform a lengthy set - over an hour and forty minutes - in the classic venue, covering all phases of John's career, including standouts such as "Born On The Bayou," "Old Man Down The Road," "Proud Mary," "Fortunate Son" and "Rockin' All Over The World." Also included is the previously unreleased track "Comin' Down The Road." John's stellar band includes longtime bandmates such as Kenny Aronoff (drums), Billy Burnette (guitar) and Jason Mowery (fiddle, mandolin and lap steel). A true family affair, the concert also features guest appearances from John's sons Shane & Tyler.
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Have you watched John Fogerty: Comin' Down the Road yet? What did you think about it?