Eric Clapton Tickets & Tour Dates 2016
Eric Clapton is an English singer-songwriter and musician, who is arguably the greatest rock guitarist of all time. Born in Ripley, Surrey in 1945, Clapton received his first guitar (a Hoyer) at age 13, and it wasn’t long before he was showing the pros how to work a fretboard.
Clapton is known for his time in legendary bands The Yardbirds and Cream as well as a solo musician. He’s amassed countless awards in his time - including an incredible 17 Grammys - and is the only person to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame three times (separately for his Yardbird, Cream, and solo careers).
A producer of rock, blues, and psychedelia, Clapton is easily one of the most inspiring and highly-lauded musicians ever, and is still releasing music well into 60s.
2013 saw him and his all star backing band hit the road for a UK tour in celebration of 50 years as a professional musician, and in 2014, he’s reached Glasgow and Leeds. His latest series of shows at London's Royal Albert Hall in May 2015 celebrate his 70th birthday - fans cannot miss out!
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The sterile Eric show
Leeds first direct arena on June 22 2014
Hunter and the Bear were the opening act and went down very well . They tried very hard to get the crowd to like them - and succeeded.
Eric on the other hand, gave a Great Master Class in guitar playing and it was a virtuoso performance. But there was no real warmth and contact with the audience. Ten out of ten for music... but sadly only three for atmosphere. Leyla was beautiful played and a joy to listen to. Unusually the encore was only one song and didn't get the crowd rocking.
Overall - a bit sterile.
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