Continuing the legacy of Rock and Roll Hall of Famers is no easy task. However, some, like Dan McGuinness and Kurt Griffey, are simply cut out for it. Revisiting Creedence’s frontmen Dan McGuinness and Kurt Griffey, lead vocal and lead guitar respectively, performed over the past decade with rock royalty, fronting Creedence Clearwater Revival founding members Stu Cook and Doug “Cosmo” Clifford’s touring project, Creedence Clearwater Revisited.
Since first taking the stage together with Creedence Clearwater Revisited in 2011, Dan and Kurt fronted the legendary touring group and performed nearly 1,000 concerts around the globe — across the United States, Canada, South America, Mexico, and New Zealand — rocking the iconic catalog of CCR, one of America’s all-time greatest bands.
Revisiting Creedence’s musicianship and experience are the key. With the purity and power of McGuinness’ soaring voice, coupled with Griffey’s lead guitar prowess, Revisiting Creedence nails signature hits “Green River”, “Bad Moon Rising”, “Down on The Corner”, “Born on The Bayou”, “Fortunate Son”, “Proud Mary” and more. Kurt roams the stage driving extended jams such as “I Heard It Through the Grapevine” and “Susie Q”. The show is an absolute blast for the audience.
Ron Wikso anchors Revisiting Creedence on drums. Wikso’s pedigree includes being personally hand-picked by Doug “Cosmo” Clifford to sub for him in Creedence Clearwater Revisited when Cosmo had to miss shows. One of the finest drummers in the world, in addition to having toured with Creedence Clearwater Revisited, Wikso has toured with Cher, David Lee Roth, Richie Sambora, Santana and Journey’s Gregg Rolie, Foreigner, and others.
Joining Revisiting Creedence on bass is Mick Mahan. Mahan has toured for more than 25 years with Pat Benatar and has recorded with none other than CCR’s John Fogerty.
Simply put, Revisiting Creedence is the only band in the world with the heritage, experience, and dedication to celebrate and honor the musical legacy of Creedence Clearwater Revival accurately and authentically. See Less