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on 2005/3/30 19:20:00 (2030 reads)

Eric joined Johnnie Walker for his first full length radio interview in a number of years, last saturday on BBC 2. He recalled his 40 plus years in the music business beginning with the Yardbirds and Cream before progressing to international stardom as a solo performer. During the show, EC annouced that he is preparing a world tour for 2006.
You can listen to the show on BBC2 website, here

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on 2005/3/30 19:10:00 (3575 reads)

We are glad to announce you the birth of "Clapton & Co" the first french fan-club. We would like to thank all the person who helped us for their support and specially Mr John Mayall who has accepted the title of honorary member.
Several ideas are at the planning stage. Subscriptions will be opened in the course of the month. All informations will be advertised on this site soon.

on 2005/3/15 19:20:00 (2267 reads)

Buddy Guy dominated the Chicago blues guitar scene, and he was ushered into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, yesterday, March 14th, by some pretty decent guitar players themselves - Eric Clapton and B.B. King.

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on 2005/3/2 19:20:00 (2945 reads)

The Queen has met four of Britain's guitar greats - Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck and Brian May - at Buckingham Palace.Her Majesty asked the four: "And what do you do?"The four rockers were among 500 celebrities invited to a reception at Buckingham Palace to honour the British music industry.

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on 2005/2/22 19:30:00 (1998 reads)

Eric Clapton has been confirmed to play at the 2007 Glastonbury Festival, organiser Michael Eavis revealed this week.
Eavis told the Wells Journal that the guitarist had agreed to play at the festival during a chance meeting with him at a BBC new years eve party, which was presented by rhythm and blues performer Jools Holland. The deal was apparently followed up last night (Thursday) when Clapton phoned Worthy Farm and asked to come and play.
The Glasto boss said: "He had wanted to play next year but because we haven't got a festival in 2006, we shook hands on him coming to 2007. Eric's a favourite of mine, he'll be brilliant."

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