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  • 05/07/11

    Paul Wassif's debut album, Looking Up Feeling Down, is out now on iTunes (UK, Europe, Africa, Australasia) and will be released on CD on 1 June on the independent label, Black Brown & White Records. It's a collection of self-penned songs and reworked traditional classics from country, blues and folk. The album features a guest appearance from Eric Clapton and Bert Jansch (who also work together for the first time). Other musicians are Evan Jenkins, The Watson Brothers, Robin Clayton, Steve Counsel, Seamus Beaghen and Lynn Glaser.

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  • 05/03/11

    The Where's Eric! Team has rolled out a brand new decade within the Eric Clapton Tour Archive on whereseric.com covering the years 1980 to 1989. It now has information on 1,665 events from the last thirty-one years (1980 to 2011). When known, the band lineup, set list, support act, special guests, notes about the show and information about official and bootleg releases are provided. It has also been re-designed making it easier to locate information and navigate within the archive.

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  • 04/30/11

    C.F. Martin & Company, headquarted in Nazareth, Pennsylvania (U.S.) has been producing acoustic guitars since 1833. Since 1995, the company has issued several different Eric Clapton Signature Models. The majority have been limited editions. Martin has announced its seventh limited edition guitar honoring Eric Clapton, the 000-42ECJ Madagascar. Unlike previous limited editions that were available worldwide, this guitar will be available only in Japan. Only 100 instruments were built in the production run. The top is Adirondack Spruce, with back and sides of Madagascar Rosewood.

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  • 04/29/11

    Magazine Subscriber Postal Address Updates Needed! The Where's Eric! Team is putting the finishing touches on Issue 42 before sending it off to the printer next week. The magazine will be posted to all subscribers in late May. This issue will be the biggest in WE's 19-year history: 44 pages chock-full of new, exclusive interviews plus plenty of previously unpublished photos.

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