Probably the greatest War protest anthem ever written, “Fortunate Son” by Creedence Clearwater Revival has been covered so many times that it’s a fitting tribute in it’s own right. It appeared on the bands 1969 album “Willy and the Poor Boys” and has been featured extensively in popular culture depictions of the Vietnam War and
There are many fans who would argue that the Die Hard saga died after the trilogy and that “Fortunate Son” by Creedence Clearwater Revival playing during credits at the end of Die Hard 4.0 was the highlight of the film… Harsh? Possibly. But we still can’t bring ourselves to watch the fifth installment of the
Classic 1969 hard rock “Fortunate Son” by Creedence Clearwater Revival this week. First up, Multi Instrumentalist Leo Moracchioli from Frog Leap Studios, complete with brand new bass solo. Second, hardcore crew The Ghost Inside who, after multiple surgeries post bus crash are starting to see the light. Who Wins? You decide.