I know he had trouble with his brother John. What kind of troubles had the brothers? Can you write me particular. Basically… John's band, The Blue Velvets, began backing Tom, and eventually Tom joined John's band, and the group recorded three singles for Orchestra Records in 1961 and 1962, with Tom as lead vocalist. In the mid 1960s, the group was called The Golliwogs and recorded with Fantasy Records, with Tom and John sharing lead vocal duties. By 1968 the band was renamed Creedence Clearwater Revival, when John had become full-time lead singer and primary songwriter. During the few years of the life of Creedence Clearwater Revival, Tom sang backup vocals and wrote songs, but only one of his songs ("Walk on the Water" was recorded. This lack of opportunity, along with festering, long-standing animosity with his brother, led him to leave the band in 1971.
R. I. P Tom Fogerty. No more comments…. Respect to the memory of Tom Fogerty….. Stupid people, I'm tired of so much filth…..