Wynonna Judd Teams Up With John Fogerty For Mindblowing Proud Mary Cover

Country music fans were in for a special treat at the 2011 ACM Girl’s Night Out Awards when two legendary stars shared the stage. John Fogerty, known for his role in the influential 70s rock band Creedence Clearwater Revival, was among the few men invited to the event, which celebrates women in country music. It was no surprise to see country music icon Wynonna Judd in attendance as well.

When John invited Wynonna to join him for a performance of “one special song,” the crowd knew something memorable was about to happen. Together, they belted out “Proud Mary,” one of John’s most beloved hits from his days with Creedence Clearwater Revival. The audience couldn’t help but dance, clap, and sing along, thoroughly enjoying the electrifying performance. John and Wynonna seemed just as thrilled to be sharing the stage, even pausing for a photo captured by Wynonna’s mother, Naomi Judd, during the performance.

Despite his decades-long career in rock music, John Fogerty, now in his 70s, showed no signs of slowing down as he delivered an energetic rendition of his classic hit. Wynonna Judd, likewise, displayed her enduring passion for music. Celebrated as one-half of the ACM’s most award-winning female duo alongside her mother, Naomi Judd, Wynonna rose to fame in the 80s as part of The Judds. The mother-daughter duo garnered widespread acclaim, winning numerous Grammy Awards and Country Music Association Awards.

Following The Judds’ success, Wynonna embarked on a solo career, achieving multiple chart-topping hits and earning various accolades, including a star on the Nashville Walk of Fame and induction into the Rock’n’Roll Hall of Fame as part of The Judds. With Wynonna’s star power and John Fogerty’s legendary status as a rock icon, their performance at the ACM Girl’s Night Out Awards undoubtedly left a lasting impression on attendees, ensuring an unforgettable evening for all.

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