Watch John Fogerty + Fogerty Factory Play ‘Blue Moon Nights,’ Nestled Under a Tree in the Summer Air

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This past Friday brought with it the latest entry in the delightful ongoing series of at-home performance videos from John Fogerty and his kids, the Fogerty Factory — and this time, Shane, Kelsy and Tyler joined their dad for a picturesque performance under some trees on the family estate, which the family introduced as a means of celebrating the official arrival of summer:

It’s the first week of summer! Celebrate with your families and Fogerty’s Factory while jamming to “Blue Moon Nights” from John’s 1997 album, Blue Moon Swamp. 🐊🌚🌛

Performing the song “Blue Moon Nights,” from the John Fogerty 1997 solo album Blue Moon Swamp, the performance was a treat:

Every week for a while now, the iconic rock and roll legend and his kids have been premiering video after video, finding them playing classics from Fogerty’s solo career and Creedence Clearwater Revival, peppering in some relevant covers occasionally … like Bill Withers’ “Lean On Me,” which they premiered on June 19 and dedicated to Black Lives Matter:

They also performed “Fortunate Son”:

Other recent entries in the Fogerty’s Factory performance series, which sprang up during the COVID-19 pandemic that found the Fogerty clan at home together, include a special performance of “Centerfield,” filmed at Dodger Stadium, for Fogerty’s recent 75th birthday:

As well as this fun performance on the family ranch for a few friendly farm animals:

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