Head Outside for a Performance of ‘Don’t You Wish It Was True’ by John Fogerty and the ‘Fogerty’s Factory’ Family Band

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John Fogerty and his kids, ‘Fogerty’s Factory,’ have been quite the source of bountiful entertainment these past few weeks.

On Friday, Fogerty’s Factory — the legendary rocker and his musically gifted kids, Shane, Kelsy and Tyler — premiered a new performance video filmed somewhere on their family estate.


This one takes place in the crisp outside air, and features the ensemble performing “Don’t You Wish It Was True,” the opening track on Fogerty’s 2007 album Revival:

This excellent performance clip follows last week’s, which found the family in the garage in front of their trusty, old-school VW bus:


This video joins recent performance clips from John Fogerty and his family, following a pair of 4th of July weekend uploads that went live to mark the holiday:



All of this activity is the latest in an ongoing series of performances from the Fogerty clan. Previous to the Independence Day videos, the group’s latest video depicted a pleasant outdoor performance under the trees:


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:


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:


Keep ’em coming, Fogerty’s Factory!

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