Fortunate news for Adam Levine. The Voice judge has nabbed Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman John Fogerty as his adviser for season 9 of the reality singing competition, according to People.
The 70-year-old “Fortunate Son” singer fills the seat vacated by Ellie Goulding, Levine’s adviser for season 8.
“Hangin’ with Adam, singing ‘Lookin’ Out My Backdoor’ with him … [I’m] just having the time of my life right now. Adam has an incredible voice and I am honored that he asked me to join him,” Fogerty told People on Monday. “I have great respect for the amount of work that goes into this show and the contestants that I got to hear sing, really impressed me.”
Last week, Brad Paisley was announced as a Blake Shelton’s pick for his season 9 adviser.
The Voice returns to NBC on Sept. 21.