[Solved] 1. I will give you 1) A single, 2) A member of a band, 3) An album. All you have to do is tell me the band. 1) ‘Born on the Bayou’ 2) John Fogerty 3) ‘Willie and the Poor Boys’ Who were the band?

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1) ‘Born on the Bayou’
2) John Fogerty
3) ‘Willie and the Poor Boys’

Who were the band? by insureinsurancelife


[Solved] 1. I will give you 1) A single, 2) A member of a band, 3) An album. All you have to do is tell me the band.

1) ‘Born on the Bayou’
2) John Fogerty
3) ‘Willie and the Poor Boys’

Who were the band?

…1. Cream
2. The Doors
3. Creedence Clearwater Revival
4. The Rolling Stones
Creedence Clearwater Revival released ‘Born on the Bayou’ in 1968 as the ‘B’ side of ‘Proud Mary’ and as such it reached number two on the Billboard charts.
John Fogerty, the main singer/songwriter for the band, along with Tom Fogerty, Stu Cook and Doug Clifford made up CCR. ‘Willie and the Poor Boys’ was the band’s fourth album and reached number three on the Billboard charts.

Some additional useless information: CCR’s 16th single, which was released in 1970, was the double ‘A’ sided single “Lookin’ out My Back Door” / “Long as I Can See the Light”. Because of the way the Billboard charts were scored at the time this was counted as both the fourth AND fifth CCR single to reach the number two spot on the Billboard 100 charts thus making CCR the first band to have five number two scoring single releases without ever reaching the coveted number one spot.

Question supplied by DaveH1960

Creedence Clearwater Revival:


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