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Fogerty’s travelin’ band to stop here on Sept. 20

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 Expect a bad moon to rise over Winnipeg on Sept. 20.

John Fogerty will return to the MTS Centre on Sept. 20 as part of his Wrote a Song for Everyone: John Fogerty Performs Live the Albums of Creedence Clearwater Revival tour that features the CCR frontman/main songwriter performing two of his former band’s albums in their entirety.

In Winnipeg he will perform 1970’s Cosmo’s Factory, which features the hits Travelin’ Band, Lookin’ Out My Back Door, Run Through the Jungle, Around the Bend and Who’ll Stop the Rain. He will also play a set of other CCR songs and material from his solo career.

Tickets for the show go on sale Friday for $27.25 to $83 at Ticketmaster.

Fogerty will alternate Cosmo’s Factory with Bayou Country throughout the 16-date cross-Canada tour. The show will be Fogerty’s third trip to Winnipeg since 2007.

 

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