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  • 12/09/11

    NOW ONLY AVAILABLE FROM ERIC CLAPTON SALES, THE OFFICIAL EC EBAY STORE! A hand numbered limited run of only 250 posters worldwide was commissioned to commemorate Eric Clapton's 2011 tour of Japan with Steve Winwood. The 24”x36” poster, by artist John Van Hamersveld, is printed in eight custom colors using soy inks on archival "green" paper.

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  • 12/07/11

    After a 2 day break, Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood returned to Tokyo's Budokan on 6 and 7 December for the third and fourth concerts of their 5 date residency. On the 6th, Eric dedicated "Low Down" to blues legend Hubert Sumlin who had died the previous day in the United States. Fans have reported that the shows were excellent. As the tour nears its end, some songs are emerging as nightly highlights: Presence Of The Lord, While You See A Chance, Crossroads, Georgia On My Mind, the acoustic Driftin', Gimme Some Lovin', Voodoo Chile and Dear Mr.

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  • 12/04/11

    Guitarist Hubert Sumlin died Sunday, 4 December of heart failure at a hospital in Wayne, New Jersey. The legendary bluesman celebrated his 80th birthday only weeks ago on 16 November. Gaining fame as the guitarist behind Howlin' Wolf from 1953 until Wolf's death in 1976, Hubert influenced an entire generation of electric blues and rock guitarists. In the current issue of Rolling Stone, he's ranked 43rd in magazine's list of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time.

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  • 12/03/11

    Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood played a brilliant second concert at Tokyo's Nippon Budokan according to those in attendance, many who have traveled more than halfway around the world to see these very special gigs. There was a minor change to the set list, with "Pearly Queen" once again replacing "Midland Maniac". One fan told Where's Eric!, "Eric's in a great mood and played very well today but for me, the first show was a bit better" Another said, "a brilliant and high energy second Tokyo gig.

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