John Fogerty Rocks the David Letterman Late Show with CCR Classics | VIDEO

John Fogerty gives Letterman, who no longer has to work for the "the man," a proper send off.
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As David Letterman winds up his 22-year Late Show reign on May 20, he is hosting some heavy hitters, including John Fogerty.

The Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman played energetic renditions of "Travelin' Band," "Proud Mary," and "Fortunate Son" propelled by the ever-impressive drummer Kenny Aronoff.

See why Letterman is worried Aronoff may be anemic:

When Fogerty started into "Proud Mary" with "Left a good job in the city, working for the man every night and day" he pointed at the departing host. You can watch the whole show on

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