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Fogerty gets help for "Everyone"

Tuesday, April 3, 2012 – John Fogerty will release a new disc this fall, getting help from Brad Paisley, Alan Jackson, Miranda Lambert, Bob Seger and Keith Urban.

"Wrote a Song for Everyone" will be his debut for Vanguard Records. The disc is a collection of classics and deep tracks from his background plus new songs, performed alongside Foo Fighters (Fortunate Son), Seger (Who'll Stop The Rain), Urban, Paisley, Alan Jackson, Miranda Lambert and My Morning Jacket. Newer acts, such as Dawes, also will participate. Full details, including a complete artist list and track listing, will be announced shortly.


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