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  • 03/11/12

    A new hour-long documentary on the life of Jack Bruce aired recently as an episode of the arts and culture programme, ArtWorks (BBC 2-Scotland). In addition to interviews with Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, Flea (Red Hot Chili Peppers) and Adam Clayton (U2), Jack re-recorded six songs that were pivotal to his life with some of Scotland's finest musicians including folk trio Lau, percussionist Jim Sutherland, keyboard player Andy May, guitarist Taj Wyzgowski, drummer Chris Peacock, and his nephew Nico Bruce on bass.

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  • 03/02/12

    In the next issue of Where's Eric! Magazine, there will be full coverage of last Friday's outstanding Howlin' For Hubert Tribute that happened at the Apollo Theater in New York City.

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  • 03/02/12

    Please note the Where's Eric! PO Box, located in England, was closed without notice and all post is being returned to sender. We are in the process of making alternative arrangements for post but, in the meantime, please use PayPal for subscriptions, renewals or back issue orders. For details on subscribing or ordering back issues, view the magazine page

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  • 02/26/12

    On Friday night (24 February 2012) at the Apollo Theater in New York City, a who's who of blues guitarists and musicians gathered to honor the memory of one of the legends, Hubert Sumlin. The evening was initially planned as a celebration of Hubert's 80th Birthday, but when he passed in December, it became a tribute to him. The evening was a benefit for the Jazz Foundation of America, which supports 6,000 musician emergency cases each year. A fund has now been established in Hubert's name which will help jazz and blues legends in crisis.

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