Bass player Stu Cook says, "It's been a blast," but also the right time for Creedence Clearwater Revisited to stage their final tour.
50 years after Creedence Clearwater Revival become one of the hottest bands on radio -- and performed at Woodstock -- Cook and drummer Doug "Cosmo" Clifford say that 2019 will be the end of the road for the post-John Fogerty band.
Stu Cook never expected Creedence Clearwater Revisited to last 25 years:"When we first started, we had a five year plan. Then after five years, we had a one year plan; then we just always had a one year plan. At the end of last year, we just said, 'You know we've done this, we've done it well, we're proud of the work, a lot of people have shared our joy, celebrated and honoring the music of Creedence. There's other things in life. We're on top of our game, let's leave that way'."
Stu says Creedence Clearwater Revisited surpassed all the expectations he and drummer Doug "Cosmo" Clifford had for it:"We've been doing this 25 years. It's been a terrific experience, eye opening, incredibly enjoyable and so many unexpected turns in this unlikely career, second career."