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John Fogerty Announces Birthday Concert in Los Angeles

May 28th show will also celebrate release of duets album

May 14, 2013 2:40 PM ET
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John Fogerty performs in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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John Fogerty will give a rare, one-off performance at Los Angeles' El Rey Theatre on May 28th to celebrate both his birthday and the release of his new album, Wrote a Song for Everyone.

A limited number of presale tickets for members of Fogerty's fan club will be available starting on May 14th on his website; the show will be filmed and broadcast live on AXS TV starting at 8:30 p.m. PST.

Wrote a Song for Everyone is Fogerty's ninth solo effort since disbanding Creedence Clearwater Revival and is something of a career retrospective. The singer-songwriter teamed up with a slew of artists from the worlds of rock, pop, country and more to rerecord 12 of his most well-known songs from his years with CCR and as a solo artist.

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Guests on the LP include the Foo Fighters ("Fortunate Son"), Keith Urban ("Almost Saturday Night"), Kid Rock ("Born on the Bayou"), Miranda Lambert and Tom Morello ("Wrote a Song for Everyone"), Bob Seger ("Who'll Stop the Rain") and Brad Paisley ("Hot Rod Heart").

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