Thunder Valley Amphitheater | Lincoln, California
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John Fogerty comes to Thunder Valley Casino Amphitheater on Friday 19th August 2022 for an incredible performance as part of his 14 date North American Tour. Fogerty will support his 2020 release, Fogerty’s Factory, which came out a couple of years ago. Fans are excited to finally hear it live, and the album has garnered many positive remarks from critics. Fogerty’s solo career has been hugely successful and he continues to create his legacy. His name is ranked among the top musicians of all time, and he is a wonderful live performer. Over the years, he has given countless hits and featured consistently on top charts for his music. Catch him live for another iconic performance at Thunder Valley Casino Amphitheater on 19th August 2022.
Fogerty is a world-renowned artist, with a massive fan following in the U.S. His 50-year career has been a trademark in American music history. Fogerty began his career with Creedence Clearwater Revival (CCR), a band he co-founded. In 1972, after the band disbanded, Fogerty focused on a solo career and he continued to reach new heights with his music. Rolling Stones ranked Forgery at number 40 on its list of 100 greatest songwriters and he featured at number 72 on the list of 100 greatest singers. Some of his greatest hits include “Centerfield”, “Green River”, “Proud Mary,” and more.
The 76-year-old does not hold back while performing live and gives his all on the stage. People love him for the way he performs, with so much energy and a passion for entertaining the audiences. As an all-time great, Fogerty’s contributions to roots rock, rock n roll, and country music are immense. He has inspired a generation of musicians who came after him, and he is still looking to deliver enthralling experiences at his concerts. Catch the global superstar live on 19th August 2022. However, you will need to get your tickets right now because they are much-in-demandin demand, and could be gone very soon!