CCR, also known as Creedence Clearwater Revival, was a rock band that formed in the late 1960s and quickly rose to fame. However, despite their success, the band only stayed in the spotlight for a brief two-year period before disappearing.
There are a few reasons why CCR's time in the spotlight was so short-lived. One reason is that the band had a number of internal conflicts and tensions that ultimately led to their breakup. Lead singer and songwriter John Fogerty had a strained relationship with his bandmates, which caused tension within the group. Additionally, Fogerty had a falling out with their record label, Fantasy Records, which further exacerbated the band's internal conflicts.