John Fogerty’s upcoming album, ‘Wrote a Song for Everyone,’ features high-profile players
John Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater Revival fame has unleashed his much-anticipated collaboration with the Foo Fighters for his new album, “Wrote a Song for Everyone.” The album offers new recordings of Creedence Clearwater Revival tracks, as well as a bevy of guest appearances. Fogerty and the Foo Fighters’ rendition of the 1969 tune “Fortunate Son” is currently streaming via Rolling Stone.
On top of the Foo, “Wrote a Song for Everyone” will feature guest appearances from Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello, Kid Rock, Keith Urban, Bob Seger and My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James, among others.
“Wrote a Song for Everyone” is set to hit retail outlets on May 28. Check out the full track listing below.
John Fogerty’s ‘Wrote a Song for Everyone’ Track Listing:
“Fortunate Son” (with Foo Fighters)
“Almost Saturday Night” (with Keith Urban)
“Lodi” (with Shane Fogerty & Tyler Fogerty)
“Wrote a Song for Everyone” (with Miranda Lambert featuring Tom Morello)
“Bad Moon Rising” (with Zac Brown Band)
“Long as I Can See the Light” (with My Morning Jacket)
“Born on the Bayou” (with Kid Rock)
“Train of Fools”
“Someday Never Comes” (with Dawes)
“Who’ll Stop the Rain” (with Bob Seger)
“Hot Rod Heart” (with Brad Paisley)
“Have You Ever Seen the Rain” (with Alan Jackson)
“Proud Mary” (with Jennifer Hudson featuring Allen Toussaint and the Rebirth Brass Band)
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