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  • 08/10/11

    ONE NIGHT ONLY - WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th! ADVANCE TICKETS FOR EC FANS ON SALE NOW! A special, one night concert event, has been announced by Jazz at Lincoln Center, Reprise Records and NCM Fathom for 7 September at 7:30PM (local time) in movie theaters across the U.S. Last April, jazz great Wynton Marsalis and guitar legend Eric Clapton came together for an evening of blues, rock and jazz with the JALC orchestra at New York City's premiere jazz venue, the Frederick P. Rose Hall.

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  • 08/08/11

    New contest just for Where's Eric! Magazine Subscribers ... Enter Now! Paul Wassif's debut album, Looking Up Feeling Down, is available from 8 August on CD from paulwassif.com, following its digital release in June on iTunes and Amazon. Paul's debut solo album is a collection of self-penned songs and traditional classics that span a variety of styles.

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  • 08/06/11

    The Where's Eric! Team became instant admirers of Gary Clark, Jr. when we first saw him perform at Eric Clapton's 2010 Crossroads Guitar Festival. Funky, hip, and badass are all adjectives that come to mind. Think Frosty-era Albert Collins. In the last issue of the magazine, our editorial staff named him "One To Watch". On 9 August, Gary's major label debut, The Bright Lights, will be released by Warner Brothers Records. It seems Rolling Stone agrees with us. In their latest issue (18 August), they give the EP 4 Stars.

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  • 07/30/11

    Special online showing of The Concert For Bangladesh now through Monday. Join musicians worldwide in a Month of Giving. Pay tribute to the Concert for Bangladesh and support UNICEF's famine relief in the Horn of Africa. George Harrison was an inspiration to Eric Clapton and musicians across the world. In 1971, his friend Ravi Shankar asked George to help the children of Bangladesh. He took action by hosting The Concert for Bangladesh in support of UNICEF. The concert took place at New York City’s Madison Square Garden.

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