John Fogerty Collaborates With Foo Fighters, Bob Seger, Miranda Lambert on New Album:
The former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman will release “Wrote a Song for Everyone,” his ninth solo album — and first for Vanguard Records — this fall.
John Fogerty is ready to play again, and this time, he’s taking the field with an all-star team.
Due in the fall, the album Wrote a Song for Everyone will feature the former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman collaborating with some big names on songs from his Hall of Fame catalog and a few new ones. Foo Fighters will rock up the ever-timely CCR classic “Fortunate Son,” and Bob Seger helps out on “Who’ll Stop the Rain.” Others tapped for the record include country stars Brad Paisley, Alan Jackson, Keith Urban and Miranda Lambert along with alt-country outfits My Morning Jacket and Dawes.
More collaborators, a track list and additional details about the album — Fogerty’s first for Vanguard Records — will be announced soon. Wrote a Song for Everyone, which takes its title from the stirring song on Creedence’s 1969 LP Green River, will be the singer-songwriter-guitarist’s first album since 2009’s The Blue Ridge Rangers Rides Again, a covers set that included collaborations with Bruce Springsteen and the Eagles’ Don Henley and Timothy B. Schmit.
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