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2013 Eric Clapton tickets are a trip down memory lane and a push into the future. While most artists tend to fade away or get stuck in a rut, Eric Clapton has continued to move ahead, rewarding his older fans with classic songs and winning newer fans with every performance. Now you can see this icon of rock with Eric Clapton tickets from FrontRow.com. Read more about Eric Clapton
Eric Clapton Bio
Nicknamed "Slowhand", Eric Clapton was born on March 30, 1945 in Ripley, Surrey, England. He received his first acoustic guitar as a gift on his thirteenth birthday and joined his first band, the Roosters, at age seventeen. He performed with the Roosters from January to August 1963, and had a short run with Casey Jones and the Engineers in September of the same year. Clapton found local success with his band The Yardbirds, whom he performed with for two years. The Yardbirds found their inspiration in blues music, mimicking the likes of music greats Buddy Guy and B.B. King. They found success with the single "For Your Love" in March 1965, when Clapton decided to leave the band. After a brief stint with the band the Bluesbreakers, with whom he established himself as a true blues guitarist, he teamed up with Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker to form the power trio Cream. It was with Cream that Clapton truly developed his talents as a singer and songwriter. The group found tremendous success in their three-year run, with sales reaching over 15 million copies and the singles "Sunshine of Your Love" and "White Room" breaking into the top ten on the U.S. charts. The group reunited in 1993 when they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
After the breakup of Cream, Clapton bounced from group to group before hitting it big with Derek and the Dominoes, most notably with their hit single "Layla". The group disbanded after touring together, and Clapton embarked on a solo career. He found success with the single "Wonderful Tonight" and the covers "I Shot the Sheriff" and "Cocaine", all of which can still be heard today on classic rock radio. The Grammy-winning ballad "Tears in Heaven" was an ode to his son Conor, who passed away when he fell out of a 53rd-story window. "Tears in Heaven" was featured on the soundtrack to the 1991 movie Rush, and Clapton contributed his talent to the cinema again when he recorded "Change the World" for the 1997 film Phenomenon, which starred John Travolta. Today, Clapton continues to tour, sharing his musical talents with the legions of fans that have followed his work through the years.
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Eric Clapton Premieres Cover of JJ Cale's 'Cajun Moon'
(hennemusic) Eric Clapton is premiering his cover of "Cajun Moon" as a preview to an upcoming tribute album the guitarist has organized to honor one of his musical mentors, J.J. Cale. Due July 29, "Eric Clapton & Friends: The Breeze, An Appreciation of JJ ...
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Eric Clapton Teams Up with John Mayer, Mark Knopfler for New JJ Cale Covers
Eric Clapton has premiered two JJ Cale covers from The Breeze, his forthcoming tribute to the blues guitar legend. Slowhand trades solos with John Mayer on “Don't Wait,” a track that debuted on Billboard earlier today. The guitarist also teams up with Mark ...
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Eric Clapton Taps John Mayer, Mark Knopfler for New JJ Cale Covers
Meanwhile, Clapton joins forces with Mark Knopfler and Don White for a steady-chugging rendition of "Train to Nowhere," which interweaves the trio's vocals, dueling guitars and the far-off wail of a harmonica. You can also check out Clapton's version of ...
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Eric Clapton - The Breeze – An Appreciation of JJ Cale about 10 hours ago
Drowned In Sound
I think we can probably conclude with some confidence that Eric Clapton's career is now very much in wind-down mode. Both the title and artwork for his last record, Old Sock, strongly suggested that he'd phoned it in, and the music contained therein did little ...
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September 2014 Guitar World: The Black Keys 'Turn Blue,' Return of Judas ...
Guitar World Magazine
In the September 2014 issue of Guitar World, we talk with Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys. Auerbach tells how the group made its latest hit album, Turn Blue, in the midst of personal hardship, using a handful of guitars, amps and effects and whole lotta ...
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