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I have had the pleasure seeing John 2x one time in Vegas and the other in Santa Fe New Mexico. He’s my favorite musician, just a ton of fun. Now I know what Woodstock would have felt like. Being 31 from a family that my father was a drummer in the 60s makes me appreciate music like this. His music gets to you, I get chills down my spine sometimes hearing CCR on the radio just because of the power Fogerty has!
Brian Mc from Vancouver, British Columbia
WHAT A GREAT PERFORMER!
Went to the show last night and it was great! You could tell he was doing it for the fun, not the money. Playing onstage with his sons must have been great for him. I particularly liked the way he involved the audience with getting them to sing and telling his stories.
At 77 he can still rock the house!
Cliff Bell (NZ) from Los Angeles, California
JOHN FOGERTY - AGELESS STAR
Excellent entertainment by a Rock n Roll legend brilliantly supported by a very talented band which included two of John Fogerty’s sons.
All the old CCR hits played as well as ever. Had the full house ‘Bowl’ rapt for the duration and calling for more.
Really enjoyed Fogerty’s engagement with audience with family (including dog) contribution acknowledging recent challenging times but also reflecting on significant events that shaped his career. Fogerty claimed that he was a lucky man for doing what he does, I would say we are ‘fortunate sons ‘ (and daughters) that he remains such a compelling musician, singer, composer, and entertainer. Thanks for a brilliant show at such an iconic venue.
from New York, New York
Imagine composing dozens of American rock classics, but not being able to perform them because someone cheated you out of their rights. John has risen above and now has reclaimed what is rightfully his, along with his red Rickenbacker guitar. His sheer joy in playing his music, with his two sons no less, was palpable. He has lost nothing of his guitar and harmonica licks. Best concert I’ve seen in along time. If he comes to your area, don’t miss this great American treasure!
Paul. Haywood. Swift from Hartford, Connecticut
PAUL M. SWIFT. ( HAYWOOD)
BIG. JHONNY. FOGERTY. MOHEGAN SUN . 7.30 - 11P.M. HIS 2 SONS HARTY HAR. 30 MIN. VERY GOOD WITH 4 GUITARS. NEED. TO WORK ON WRITING. JOHN WAS INCREDIABLE. TOOK US FROM 8 YRS OLD TO 78. WOODSTOCK. WHEN HE GOT HOME WROTE SONG WHO EL STIOP THE RAIN. BOUGHT HIS SONGS BACK. HIS WIFE FOUND HIS OLD RECENBICKER GUITAR. HE JAMED. SANG 25 hits. Never say down. Energy and vocals still great. A plus. U go john you are an inspiration to all Americans young & old
Brien Rylander from Boston, Massachusetts
STILL GOING STRONG
Wife and I went to the Boston show last night. Here is my honest review. Show started 45 minutes late. Who knows why. Once on stage Fogerty and the band was great. His 2 sons and daughter are with him. Fogerty still has a strong voice and still a great musican. Did many of his CCR hits. For 76 years young excellent he is a legend.
However after about less than 90 minutes he was getting tired. HIs last song Fortunate Son was about 90 secounds long and then the show was over.
Mr. Fogerty needs to cut down to performing 2 days a week at most.
Marty Caron from Hartford, Connecticut
FOGERTY ROCKS, BUT TO LOUD & TO MUCH DISTORTION
I attended the John Fogerty Creedence Clearwater Revival Celebration last night at Mohegan Sun Arena. The opening act was Fogerty’s Suns band who were musically proficient, but way to loud with most of the set having lots of distortion due to the volume.
I expected Fogerty to tone down the volume a bit because the size of the room makes for lots of distortion, but he sadly did not.
Fogerty opened his set with Bad Moon Rising after about a 5 minute film of him explaining that this Celebration tour is due to the fact that he now owns all his music after decades of legal wrangling with the record company who opened it. For a 77 year old man his voice is still excellent and he hit all the right notes during the 23 son set. Highlights included Run Through The Jungle, , Green River, Born On The Bayou, Who’ll Stop The Rain, Fortunate Son & An Encore Of Down On The Corner & Proud Mary.
Overall the concert was excellent with the only problem being that it was way to loud. I’m 61 and have attended hundreds of concerts including The Who 3 times, AC/DC, Pink Floyd, The Stones, so I’m no stranger to loud concerts (The Who being the loudest) but the arena was to small for that level of volume and it tended to distort the music & lyrics at times. Several other people who
I talked to after the show agreed that it was too loud.
Overall I give the show 4/5 ⭐️s
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