The rhythm section for the great Bay Area band Creedence Clearwater Revival teams up with a couple of hired guns including Elliot Easton (formerly of the Cars) and plays note-perfect renditions of their old band's hit songs. Everyone knows that John Fogerty was the voice and the vision behind Creedence, but hey, how often does he play the state fair in your town? These guys do. And CCR's Stu Cook and Doug Clifford certainly have a legitimate claim to rock 'n' roll fame, having helped to create what remains a lasting musical legacy. As for Elliot Easton, he is simply living out every guitarist's fantasy of getting to be John Fogerty every time he hits the classic opening riff from "Born on the Bayou."