Solo Acoustic and Vocal: The Songs of CCR

This short series offers some of CCR's most classic selections arranged for solo acoustic and vocal performance.  These certified crowd pleasers fit into a wide variety of set lists: weddings, bar gigs, and are perfect for a campfire performance amongst friends.  The arrangements incorporate important instrumental lead lines into the acoustic strumming part, and drop the keys into a comfortable vocal range for most singers.

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Bad Moon Rising - for Solo Acoustic and Voice

This arrangement drops the vocals several keys to put the song in an accessible range for most singers.  The key instrumental parts and incorporated into the acoustic strumming and the solo section is written to be performed by a single guitar. 

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Fortunate Son - for Solo Acoustic and Voice

As with Bad Moon Rising, this arrangement lowers the key to a reasonable vocal range for most singers. We'll incorporate those signature lead guitar riffs into this version created for solo acoustic and vocal performance.

Fortunate Son
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Travelin' Band

This rockin' blues classic is ready to fire up everyone listening to you play.  Carry the full song on just acoustic, including the solo sections, in A blues.  The key of A lowers the key of this song, making it singable for most vocal ranges. 

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Conclusion

Don't miss our full studio arrangements for these songs and more from CCR!

Bad Moon Rising

Fortunate Son

Travelin Band

Have You Ever Seen the Rain

Proud Mary