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Credence Clearwater Revival Ended Up Feeling Miffed

Credence Clearwater Revival

Credence Clearwater Revival was set to perform at Woodstock, but they experienced big travel delays, and then they didn’t get to play until sometime between one and three Sunday morning. They didn’t get to play until late because the Grateful Dead went on too long, which left Credence Clearwater Revival feeling like they got the shaft.

They were so unhappy about the whole situation that John Fogerty refused to allow their set to be included in the original Woodstock documentary. However, the band finally released an anniversary album featuring their memorable set.

Written by Camille Moore

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