We love this from Eric! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmw9vHZCbMo&feature=youtu.be Article source: https://www.facebook.com/19706525166/posts/10161002444480167
A story with a happy ending (from Guitar World). Stolen Fender Stratocaster Signed by Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page and Others Recovered after Gary Moore’s Son Spots Instrument on eBay Link to original article here
On Oct. 24, 2005, Cream ( Ginger Baker, Jack Bruce and Eric Clapton) began their series of reunion concerts at New York City’s Madison Square Garden. How many of you were at one or more of the shows, 13 years ago? Ginger never sent us tickets. Nettie? Read It Here!
17th August 1974, Eric Clapton started a four-week run at No.1 on the US album chart with 461 Ocean Boulevard, a No.3 hit in the UK. The house featured on the album cover is 461 Ocean Boulevard in the town of Golden Beach, Florida near Miami where Clapton lived while making the album. Read it […]
He was a major influence on guitarists like Eric Clapton. Jeff Beck. Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix and many others. On Aug. 13, 1938, Blues legend Robert Johnson, who was reported to have “made a deal with the Devil” in order to execute his amazing guitar technique, played his last gig at a dance approximately 15 […]
https://www.udiscovermusic.com/stories/eric-clapton-in-20-solos/ 20 of Eric Clapton’s Best Guitar Solos | uDiscover We hope you enjoy and respond to our pick of the best Eric Clapton guitar solos. Find out which tracks from the Eric Clapton catalogue make the cut. Read it here
51 years ago today, one of the first festival concerts and one of the most important, the Monterey International Pop Festival began. It was a 3 day festival. The performances of a lot of the acts bought them their first major attention in the US and for some the world. Over the next few days […]
7th June 1969, British supergroup Blind Faith, featuring Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, Rick Grech and Steve Winwood made their live debut at a free concert in London’s Hyde Park. Their only album release provoked controversy because the cover featured a topless pubescent girl, holding a silver space ship which some perceived as a phallic symbol. […]