Dawes Cover Creedence Clearwater’s ‘Someday Never Comes’

Courtesy of Rolling Stone

On the heels of John Fogerty’s birthday and album release broadcast – shown last night on AXS TV – Dawes joins the veteran rocker on Creedence Clearwater Revival’s 1972 farewell single “Someday Never Comes” with winning results. Culled from Fogerty’s new album Wrote a Song for Everyone, this video finds Taylor Goldsmith and his brother, drummer Griffin, harmonizing against a sunny Los Angeles backdrop.

The clip is interspersed with studio footage of Dawes collaborating with the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, who teamed with everyone from Bob Seger and My Morning Jacket to the Foo Fighters and Kid Rock on the project. It’s a stripped down, heartfelt take on the song that the one-time Creedence frontman originally penned about his parent’s divorce.

We’re adding another video clip, this one has  Fogerty and Dawes performing ‘Someday Never Comes’ at the David Letterman Show, 5-22-13.   As Seen On ©CBS Weeknights 11:35/10:35pm c, All Rights Reserved.

Outstanding performance. We hope you like it!

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