CMA male vocalist of the year Keith Urban and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member John Fogerty are the latest artists scheduled to team up for an episode of CMT Crossroads. In the '60s, Fogerty established his reputation as one of America's greatest singer-songwriters as the leader of Creedence Clearwater Revival. In the band, he wrote and sang classic hits such as "Proud Mary," "Bad Moon Rising," "Who'll Stop the Rain," " Lodi" and "Looking Out My Back Door." As a solo artist, his credits include the hit single "Centerfield" and the 1997 Grammy-winning album Blue Moon Swamp. In 2004, he released the critically-acclaimed album Deja Vu All Over Again. Urban's latest album, Be Here, was certified platinum just weeks after its release. Urban's two previous albums are each certified double platinum for shipments of 2 million copies. Urban and Fogerty will tape the CMT Crossroads concert later this month in Los Angeles.