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  • 04/05/12

    Where's Eric! has a brand new postal address in Wimbourne! Effective immediately, magazine subscriptions and renewals can be sent by post. However, PayPal remains the preferred method of payment - its faster and entirely secure. Our new postal address in England is:

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  • 04/02/12

    In 1967, Sir Peter Blake famously created The Beatles' album cover for Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. In celebration of his 80th birthday and for Wayne Hemingway's Vintage Festival, Blake reimagined the image. Gone are cutouts of actress Marilyn Monroe, comedians Lenny Bruce, W.C. Fields and even The Beatles as a group. For the project, he's chosen family, friends and "great people" including Eric Clapton, Amy Winehouse, Noel Gallagher, Kate Moss, John Peel, and Damien Hirst.

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  • 03/30/12

    In celebration of Eric's Birthday 3 new T-Shirts have launched in Eric Clapton's Official Online Store.

    These designs were exclusively made by Firehouse Kustom Rockart for Eric's 2011 World Tour and were originally produced as hand printed silk screens. They are NOW available to you as a T-Shirt exclusively sold from Eric Clapton's Official Online Store.

  • 03/25/12

    [Film trailer included at end of article] A new documentary, shot mostly at Ginger Baker's horse ranch in South Africa, took the Documentary Grand Jury Prize at the South by Southwest Film Awards. Although "Beware of Mr. Baker" has been accepted at a number of other film festivals, director Jay Bulger is keeping those details under wraps. A wider distribution deal is also in the works. The 90 minute film grew out of the numerous hours of interviews Jay captured for his article "The Devil and Ginger Baker" which was published in Rolling Stone Magazine in August 2009.

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