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  • 05/10/11

    Eric Clapton and His Band stopped in Belfast for the second night of their spring tour. The set list remained the same as the opening night in Dublin the night previous. One long-time EC fan told Where's Eric! that the concert "highlights were Old Love, Sheriff, the beautifully stripped down version of Gary Moore's Still Got The Blues, Badge and a rip-roaring Crossroads." If you were at the gig, why not send your review to Where's Eric! for publication in the permanent tour archive?

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  • 05/09/11

    Eric Clapton launched the Spring portion of his 2011 Solo Tour at Dublin's O2 on 9 May. This tour features many familiar faces. Bandmembers are Chris Stainton (keyboards), Tim Carmon (keyboards), Willie Weeks (bass), Steve Gadd (drums), Michelle John (backing vocals), and Sharon White (backing vocals). One fan who checked in briefly with Where's Eric! wrote, "Old Love - superb, I Shot The Sheriff - extra inventive, Little Queen Of Spades - sublime". Another wrote, "A good start to the tour.

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  • 05/08/11

    Eric Clapton and His Band are getting ready to head out on the road for the second leg of the 2011 concert tour. Things kick off 9 May at the O2 in Dublin. Then, the band heads off to Belfast, Glasgow, Cardiff, and London with 11 nights at the Royal Albert Hall (5 of them with Steve Winwood).

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  • 05/07/11
    On the evening of 7 May at London's Grosvernor House Hotel, Eric Clapton helped past and present Bunbury Cricket Team members celebrate the cricket club's 25th Anniversary. The black-tie gala raised funds to support the English School's Cricket Association, Crossroads Centre Antigua and the AF Foundation. It began with a 7PM reception, followed by dinner and entertainment hosted by Rory Bremner. Special guests were Ringo Starr and the Ashes Winning England Cricket Team. Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings performed a set.  Eric Clapton also took the stage to perform 7 songs.

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