Where did the name Creedence Clearwater Revival come from?
According to interviews with band members twenty years later, the names elements came from three sources: Tom Fogertys friend Credence Newball, whose name they changed to form the word Creedence (as in creed); a television commercial for Olympia Brewing Company (clear water); and the four members renewed ...
What nationality are Creedence Clearwater Revival?
American Creedence Clearwater Revival, American rock band that was hugely popular in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
When did Creedence Clearwater Revival start?
1967Creedence Clearwater Revival / Active from
Why did Creedence Clearwater breakup?
Fogerty had also become involved in a series of disputes with CCRs record label, Fantasy Records, over what he thought were unfair contracts, and on Oct. 16, 1972 the group announced their breakup. His lawsuit failed, and the new CCR went on tour.
Is Creedence Clearwater still playing?
The group, formed 25 years ago by Creedence Clearwater Revival bassist Stu Cook and drummer Doug Clifford, plans to stop touring after its 2019 itinerary, which currently lists 21 dates starting April 27 and will add more before its all over, according to Cook.