Renowned classic rocker John Fogerty has big plans for the new year — namely, a new studio album and an elaborate reissue campaign geared around his many solo records over the years, after his time with Creedence Clearwater Revival.
First up is Blue Moon Swamp, Fogerty’s Grammy-winning 1997 album that was made available in remastered, limited-edition blue vinyl, digital and CD formats. The other albums that will also be reissued include:
Eye of the Zombie (1986)
Premonition (live) (1998)
Deja Vu All Over Again (2004)
The Blue Moon Swamp reissue is available now:
Celebrating 20 years of "Blue Moon Swamp" today, with the release of this special anniversary edition!
— John Fogerty (@John_Fogerty) November 17, 2017
As for a new studio album, Fogerty is said to be in the studio working on the new material, which, when released, will be his first record since 2013’s star-studded Wrote a Song for Everyone. The new record is expected out sometime in 2018 and will be accompanied with tour dates — including festival performances and arena headlining gigs.
While you wait for more news, read our 2015 interview with Fogerty at this link.