Skip directly to content

Latest News

  • 06/15/11

    Now through the end of June, Where's Eric! Readers can get 20% off music and apparel at Eric Clapton's official online store. Visit ericclapton.com/store and enter the code WEJUNE at checkout to receive the discount. This offer is not valid on Crossroads charitable items and cannot be combined with any other promotional offers. 

    read more

  • 06/11/11

    Eric Clapton's 4-date Scandinavian. Tour came to an end on 11 June at the Jyske Bank Boxen in Herning, Denmark. The tour started on 6 June in Helsinki, immediately after EC's 11 night stand at London's Royal Albert Hall and dates in Ireland and the UK. Early reports indicate a strong show by the entire band. Going Down Slow and I Shot The Sheriff were back in the 16 song set. For the first time since 2009, Lay Down Sally was included in the set list. It was performed during the sit-down acoustic portion of the show.

    read more

  • 06/11/11

    Eric Clapton headlined opening night of Oslo's annual Norwegian Wood Festival on Thursday, 9 June at the Fronerbadet in Vigeland Park. With only 8,000 tickets being sold per day, it is one of the smaller summer festivals worldwide. This year, things got off to a wet start as the rain poured down during Clapton's set. Despite the weather, the sound was brilliant (hats off to the crew!) and EC and his band turned in a solid show. EC tweaked the set list to include Tell The Truth and brought back When Somebody Thinks Your Wonderful (which had been dropped in Stockholm).

    read more

  • 06/08/11

    Eric Clapton's short jaunt around Scandinavia continued on 8 June with a concert at Stockholm's Ericsson Globe. Support was local act, Big Bang. One long-time fan told Where's Eric!, "Highlights beside great singing, were brilliant guitar solos on Old Love, Before You Accuse Me, Little Queen Of Spades and the Crossroads solo, which was reminiscent of the Wheels of Fire version! My son and daughter saw EC live for their first time and were absolutely thrilled." Where's Eric's very-own TE (The Editor) was also at the concert.

    read more

Pages