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ZZ Top And John Fogerty Preview Summer Tour With Jam Video

(hennemusic) ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons and Creedence Clearwater Revival icon John Fogerty can be seen jamming on each other's hits in a new video of a warm-up session ahead of a summer US tour.

Gibbons stops by to sit in with Fogerty and his band after he hears them rocking out on the CCR track "Green River." The pairing then proceed to run through snippets of the endless hits they've issued, including CCR's "Fortunate Son," "Bad Moon Rising" and "Up Around the Bend," Fogerty solo hits "Centerfield" and "The Old Man Down the Road," and ZZ Top's "La Grange," "Sharp Dressed Man," "Tush" and "Legs."

"That feels good," raves Gibbons, adding, "Man, let's take it on the road" before the lineup begins another shot at "Green River." The month-long "Blues And Bayous" tour will begin in Atlantic City, NJ on May 25, with shows scheduled to wrap up in Welch, MN on June 29. Read more and watch the video here.


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