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Aaron Sorkin Plagiarizes Aaron Sorkin in the Leaked ‘Newsroom’ Pilot Script

In 1985, John Fogerty was sued for plagiarizing himself. It was a bizarre courtroom situation that arose because Fogerty had forfeited the rights to his old Creedance Clearwater Revival hits to a former record label that went after him when a song he wrote on his new album “Centerfield” sounded too much like his own work. Copyright law is complicated. What can you do.
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John Fogerty released a new LP, touring (dates & video)

Music / Rock & Pop : Brooklyn Vegan (last year)

John Fogerty at 'Sound City Players' NYC show (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin) Rock legend John Fogerty (formerly of Creedance Clearwater Revival) released his ninth solo album, Wrote a Song for Everyone, on May 28 (his 68th birthd... Read Post

Rock Almanac: October 24, 2008

Entertainment / Music : Spinner.com (6 years ago)

Rock AlmanacSpinner.com: On This Date in 1988: The trial of John Fogerty, accused by his former label Fantasy Records of plagiarizing his own song, begins. The label charges that Fogerty's 1985 solo hit 1985's 'The Old Man Down the ... Read Post

John Fogerty: Five little-known facts about the Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman

Entertainment : The Marquee Blog (last year)

John Fogerty stands in front of a glass case at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles. Inside the display are several of the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers' guitars, a telegram from Johnny Cash and three of Fogerty’s signature plaid flanne... Read Post


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