John Fogerty Takes Letterman’s Stage With A Little Help From Dawes

John Fogerty


Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman John Fogerty recently performed his classic “Someday Never Comes” on Letterman in support of his collaborative retrospective release, Wrote A Song For Everyone.    The album features artists as diverse as Foo Fighters, Jennifer Hudson, Keith Urban, Kid Rock, My Morning Jacket, and Dawes, who performed alongside the legend for TV viewers.

If you missed it the first time around, enjoy it through the glory of YouTube below, and be sure to snag your tickets to see Dawes live in Madison on July 12 at the Barrymore.

What’s your favorite Fogerty tune?  Who would you love to hear cover it?  Tell us in the comments  below.

Soul Sisters and Blood Brothers: Bands With Siblings

Jesus and Mary Chain

Most of us aren’t properly wired to embark on the exact same career path as our siblings, but when you stop to think about it, the number of brothers and sisters who have shared a tour bus, songwriting credits or a stage over the years is truly overwhelming.   These pairings haven’t always been perfectly harmonious affairs (see: The Kinks, Oasis, Jesus and Mary Chain), though, against all odds, they have created some of the most appreciated music of the modern era.  Check out our list of some of the most memorable bands who made their passion for music a family affair.  What other artists can you think of?

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