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Clapton At The Royal Albert Hall: The 2011 "Dust Up" Begins

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  • May 17, 2011

    Eric Clapton and His Band have been on the road touring since February, but Tuesday 17 May marked a very-special night: the first concert of Eric's 2011 Residency at the Royal Albert Hall. Over the years, Eric has often likened the London venue to "playing in his front room" due to its intimacy and familiarity. For music lovers, it's also a great venue to see a concert in. The acoustics are good, the stage is low, the front rows are about 10 feet from the stage and even the farthest seat is is closer than the mid-point of many larger arenas.

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on May 17, 2011 - 11:13pm

Eric Clapton and His Band have been on the road touring since February, but Tuesday 17 May marked a very-special night: the first concert of Eric's 2011 Residency at the Royal Albert Hall. Over the years, Eric has often likened the London venue to "playing in his front room" due to its intimacy and familiarity. For music lovers, it's also a great venue to see a concert in. The acoustics are good, the stage is low, the front rows are about 10 feet from the stage and even the farthest seat is is closer than the mid-point of many larger arenas.

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