Eric Clapton - Guitar Guru Showing No Signs of Waning
Undeniably one of the greatest ever guitarists to have ever
come from the UK, few musicians can compete with what the former Cream and Yardbirds member has gone on to achieve in his
legendary solo career. With a bevy of awards and accolades to his name including an incredible 17 Grammy Awards, the three-time
inductee to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame still has what it takes to wow an audience thanks to a refined live set that wheels
out all your old favourites (plus a few future favourites too). Ensure you are there to watch the guitar virtuoso's triumphant
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Eric Clapton - Much Loved Journeyman
Before the Ripley-born guitarist had successfully carved out a career as a solo musician in the 1970s,
80s and beyond, the guitar virtuoso had made his name through his association with legendary acts including The Yardbirds,
Cream, John Mayall's Bluesbreakers and Blind Faith. His debut eponymous release hit the charts in 1970 and produced the Top-40
single 'After Midnight', though audiences would have to wait patiently for his second record until 1974 whenthe hit album
461 Ocean Boulevard would top the charts spurred by the single 'I Shot The Sheriff'. The decade would see further releases
that would cement is solo stardom including 1975's There's One In Every Crowd and the live album E.C Was Here; 1976's
No Reason To Cry and Slowhand.
Whilst the musical maverick may be fast approaching the age when most would
think to call it quits, he can still be relied upon when it comes to his near-perfect live performances that prove he still
packs a considerable punch whether belting out the classics or his new material. Needless to say, the opportunity to see a
living legends like this don't come round too often, so ensure you grab the chance and get your Eric Clapton tickets from
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