30 years ago today: Eric Clapton plays the Coliseum, the crowd is into "Cocaine"
Thirty years ago today--on July 26, 1985--Eric Clapton played the Pacific Coliseum, touring to promote his Behind the Sun album. It wasn't one of his best releases, but I quite liked the single "Forever Man".
Blues guitarist "as good as Eric Clapton" playing gig at The Hawth
FOR a man regarded as one of the most popular and accomplished blues guitarists around today, Larry Miller is, by his own admission, not well travelled. His lively shows have earned him a reputation as a performer with an immense amount of energy and ...
Eric Clapton Has Contributed the Music to a New Documentary About the Holocaust
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Eric Clapton has composed the score for a new documentary titled Three Days in Auschwitz that will premiere July 24 at the New Horizons International Film Festival in Wroclaw, Poland. The movie, by acclaimed director Philippe Mora, focuses on the ...
Clapton favoured early on as Cream frontman
The late Jack Bruce recalled in a hitherto unpublished 1997 interview how Atlantic Records pushed his fellow band-mate Eric Clapton to be the frontman of the legendary blues trio Cream, as Bruce encountered difficulty getting his songs recorded.