John Fogerty stopped by The Late Show Wednesday night to perform a three-song assortment of Creedence Clearwater Revival hits including "Fortunate Son," Proud Mary" and "Travelin Band," providing a memorable performance to the soon departing host, David Letterman.

Kicking off with a frenzied version of "Travelin' Band," Fogerty delivered the first line, "Left a good job in the city, working for the man every night and day" while aiming a finger in Letterman's direction. Fogerty and his band built up momentum as drummer Kenny Aronoff launched the foursome into the favored 1969 hit, "Proud Mary." Although the mash up lasted for a brief three minutes, the band spanned three of the most renowned Creedence Clearwater Revival hits, one that was even featured on the Forrest Gump soundtrack.

Dressed in blue and white flannel to pair with the pattern of his guitar, Forgety ended the performance with an energizing enactment of "Fortunate Son." The performance wrapped up with shrieking guitar riffs, Fogerty's hearty wails and Aronoff's erratic method of drumming in which Letterman jokes, "I don't want to tell you how to do your business, I think your drummer may be a little anemic."

This summer, Fogerty will tour North America to perform songs he wrote while involved with California rock band, Creedence Clearwater Revival, notes Rolling Stone. October 6 will bring the release of his memoir which references a CCR hit, Fortunate Son: My Life, My Music.

David Letterman will step down from the stage on May 20 reports Ultimate Classic Rock, signifying the end of his over thirty-year late night career. As the date rolls closer, the show will see guest appearances from Scarlett Johannson, Paul Rudd and Jerry Seinfeld.