John Fogerty along with his family performed three Creedence Clearwater Revival classics during their appearance on NPR’s Tiny Desk concert.
Fogerty was joined by sons Tyler and Shane and daughter Kelsy for the home jam session and kicked it off with an opener, Fogerty’s 1985 hit, “Centerfield,” before playing the other three CCR hits “Down On The Corner”, “Long As I Can See The Light” and “Proud Mary.”
NPR’s Tiny Desk was launched in 2008 which features artists performing behind a desk in the NPR offices in Washington, DC; according to them, the program “is working from home for the foreseeable future. Introducing NPR Music’s Tiny Desk (home) concerts, bringing you performances from across the country and the world. It’s the same spirit – stripped-down sets, an intimate setting – just a different space.”
The guitarist has been streaming several video performances during the global crisis, which includes, “Lodi”, “Down On The Corner”, an appearance on Rolling Stone’s “In My Room” series, and performing a pair of CCR hits at home.
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