In light of the success of its show in 2019, the "Creedence Clearwater Revived" band, the tribute band to the legendary band "Creedence Clearwater Revival", is coming to Israel, this coming May for 2 shows only!
"Creedence Clearwater Revival" or CCR for short broke through in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Having sold 30 million copies in the US and 120 million worldwide, it received a rare diamond certificate from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) in 2016.
The original band broke up in 1972 and then each of the brothers who had led the band started a solo career.
Today the one who leads Creedence Clearwater Revived is singer and guitarist Peter Barton.
At the concert, the band will play the classics:
Have You Ever Seen the Rain | Lodi | Proud Mary | Fortunate Son Who'll Stop the Rain | Run Thru the Jungle
WHEN: May 22nd and May 23rd, 2023
The original band's songs combine essential American music, alongside country music with the rhythms of the rock and roll of the southern United States, rhythm and blues, and more, in contrast to trending British bands such as the Beatles and the Rolling Stones taking over American music.
While most bands moved towards psychedelic and progressive rock, CCR went back to its roots.
Many of the original band's hits are remakes of blues and rock 'n' roll songs from the 1950s and early 1960s. Although it was not considered a political band, the songs criticize American society and the Vietnam War in particular.
The current band members are:
Vocalist and guitarist Peter Barton who previously played in Bob Geldof's "The Boomtown Rats" and was a member of the "The Animals" band.
Drummer Geoff Hammond - drummer with Paul McCartney.
Vocals and guitar - Graham Pollock
Alan Sagar - bass guitar.
Creedence Clearwater Revived
Production: EGOeast Productions
Ticket prices: from 199 NIS
May 22 at the Charles Bronfman Auditorium (Heichal HaTarbut) in Tel Aviv
May 23 at the Haifa Auditorim
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