Doug Clifford

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Douglas Ray "Cosmo" Clifford (born April 24, 1945 in Palo Alto, California), is an American rock drummer best known for playing with the rock band Creedence Clearwater Revival. After Creedence Clearwater Revival dissolved in 1972, Clifford and former CCR bassist Stu Cook joined Don Harrison in the Don Harrison Band. Clifford also issued a solo album called Cosmo in 1972.

An early influence on Clifford's playing was The Beatles, with their appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show in February 1964 being of particular significance. "They were a quartet and we said, wow, we can do that. If these guys from England can come out and play rock 'n' roll, we can do it. We bought Beatle wigs. We went to the drama store, and I guess they were Three Stooges wigs at that time."

In 1995, Clifford and Cook formed the band Creedence Clearwater Revisited, performing live cover versions of Creedence Clearwater Revival songs. By 1998 however, the act was becoming stale. A new band was formed and it was called Creedence Clearwater Retro. However, it started to become more and more less popular and It soon disbanded and the new CCR started to gain better popularity, so CCR was dissolved.

Doug Clifford Drumstick Collection

Current Drumstick Count in Collection: 2.

0962 Doug Clifford - used, signature model Vic Firth drumstick, CCR.
0963 Doug Clifford - unused, signature model Vic Firth drumstick, CCR.