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Watch Online John Fogerty: 50 Year Trip - Live at Red Rocks

110 min 2019

Celebrating 50 years since he played at Woodstock, Fathom Events, BMG and Northstar Media bring the legendary artist John Fogerty to the big screen for an exclusive one-night-only concert event.

Genres
Music
Director
Jeff Richter

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Saturday, 15 Aug 2020 08:21

This is a really interesting documentary about John Fogerty, a legendary rocker who was never able to find true love. This documentary was filmed in the early 1970s, and it shows that Fogerty was suffering from a serious case of "missing the boat" - he was deeply in love with his first wife, but her death in a car accident made it impossible for him to keep the flame alive. Fogerty had a close-knit circle of friends and family, and he was able to find the love of his life in a woman named Judy, who was in her early 30s. But this film shows that they were not in love, and that Fogerty was falling in love with his best friend and mentor, Randy "the Ram" Blackwell. This is a great film that is not only fascinating, but also has a message that it can be found in every generation. It's also a very interesting documentary because it focuses on Fogerty's early career, which is filled with hits and misses. It shows how Fogerty was a great singer, and that he had a very passionate personality, which was also evident in his music. It also shows how Fogerty was able to write songs that were so successful, and even having a hit with a song called "Two Weeks". It also shows how Fogerty's music was influenced by rock and roll. It shows that he was not just a rock star, but he was also influenced by the Beatles, and even the Rolling Stones. Overall, this is a great film that shows that there are still people out there who are still able to find true love, and even if they don't have it, they can still find it.


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