While John Fogerty has gone through some long stretches where he didn’t release a solo studio album dominated by new original material, not all of those periods coincided with inactivity and no output.
The past decade-plus is proof. Since releasing Revival in 2007, Fogerty has toured in the United States every year. He’s put out two more studio albums (each one with big-name guests), but both collections looked to the past: 2009’s The Blue Ridge Rangers Rides Again, a covers-heavy set, and 2013’s Wrote a Song for Everyone, featuring updated takes of choice compositions from his solo and Creedence Clearwater Revival catalogs. And after many years in the making, Fortunate Son: My Life, Music, Fogerty’s autobiography, arrived in late 2015.
Lately, he’s been writing songs, so there is light at the end of the tunnel in terms of a new studio effort. READ MORE