The Creedence Clearwater Revival star performed "Fortunate Son" after hitting the president with a cease-and-desist order to stop playing the protest anthem.
Fogerty can't figure out why Trump is using his song at his rallies without permission, especially when it's attacking spoiled draft dodgers just like him.
President Donald Trump, who's been called a draft dodger for skipping military service in Vietnam, deplaned Air Force One to a song that criticizes people like him.
The event honoring the 50th anniversary of the iconic festival was set to take place in a few weeks.
Fogerty says he doesn't want people to associate "Proud Mary" with a film about killing people for money.
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"It's not that I had a plan, but it kind of felt like by saying that, I was allowing that person to have their influence rather than me telling them."
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Let's face it: Both Jessica Sanchez and Phillip Phillips are ideal representatives of their chosen brands, and both would've had a future in the music industry regardless of the outcome. But there can only be one winner ...
Most of these interpretations do the material proud, though some may leave you wanting to, well, hide under the covers. Making up your own lists and sharing with friends might make for a more soul-satisfying parlor game than, say, Geography.