He was jovial and excited to be there as he spoke about his past legal woes, music memories and current life. He played some snippets of a few of his hits on his acoustic guitar and even described the scene in the courtroom drama he endured by playing the two songs in question back to back.
Fogerty's son was in the audience and John spoke of him and the rest of his family very highly saying that they helped him through a lot. He answered a few audience questions and was very amiable during the entire presentation/performance. Afterwards he did not stick around to sign any autographs.
The Grammy museum is a great place to see artists in a small intimate setting. The museum itself is open during the day and has wonderful displays of music history. The special exhibit right now is about Ringo Starr.
John Fogerty is currently on tour through the midwest and the south.