A popular rock 'n' roll tribute show will be making a live appearance in Farmington next month.
The Bad Moon Risin': Creedence Clearwater Revival Tribute Show will take place at 7 p.m. Sept. 28, at Farmington's Centene Center. Reserved seating is $16.50 and tickets are available at the Farmington Civic Center or by calling 573-756-0900.
The performance is sponsored by Mineral Area Council on the Arts in partnership with the city of Farmington.
Creedence Clearwater Revival (CCR) is one of those bands who everyone knows and loves, according to Mineral Area College Communications Director Danielle Basler.
A press release about the event says that CCR was a country-rock twist and southern-fried musical sound captivated audiences in the late '60s and early '70s.
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The group — made up of four accomplished musicians — promises that the audience will be taken back in time with performances of chart-toppers like "Run Through The Jungle," "Suzie Q," "Who'll Stop The Rain" and "Proud Mary."
In addition to hearing the songs, the program will take the audience in-depth with a timeline of events and an historical look at the background of CCR, John Fogerty and the ups and downs as the band traveled the world sharing their music with millions of fans.
The tribute has reportedly become a fan favorite, not only in Branson, but in other venues where they've been invited to perform.
For more information on civic center activities and events, visit www.farmington-mo.gov or call 573-756-0900. For more information on arts council programs, call 573-518-2125.
Financial assistance for this program is provided by the Missouri Arts Council, a state agency.