John Fogerty celebrates birthday playing “Centerfield” at Dodger stadium
Creedence Clearwater Revival‘s John Fogerty celebrated with his kids his 75th birhtday at the Dodger stadium in Los Angeles, California. Playing his solo career classic “Centerfield”. The song is a baseball stadium anthem.
The musician said about playing “Centerfield” in the Dodger stadium:
Well, as a youngster i’ve dreamed on playing baseball. Baseball was certainly my favorite thing as a child. I’ve dream on playing centerfield. And on my 75th birthday here we are at Dodger stadium to play “Centerfield” with my family. It’s going to be awesome. Put me in coach, i’m really to play!”
Watch John Fogerty and his family playing “Centerfield”:
Dodger Stadium is a baseball stadium located in Los Angeles, California. It is home to the MLB’s Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team, and was home to the Los Angeles / California Angels from 1962 to 1965, one of the most famous.
Inaugurated on April 10, 1962, it has 56,000 seats (with capacity to expand to 85,000 seats). The stadium is one of ten in the MLB that does not have the name of a sponsoring company.
The legendary Creedence Clearwater Revival vocalist and guitarist is also play during the quarantine to help the fight against the Covid-19 outbreak. The musician is constantly posting classics performed by him and his kids. Some of them are already part of his solo band.
“Centerfield” is the title track from John Fogerty’s album of the same name. It was Fogerty’s first solo album after a nine-year hiatus. Originally the b-side of the album’s second single, “Rock and Roll Girls” (#16 US, Spring 1985), the song is now commonly played at baseball games across the United States. Along with “Take Me Out to the Ball Game,” it is one of the best-known baseball songs.