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  • 05/17/11

    Eric Clapton and His Band have been on the road touring since February, but Tuesday 17 May marked a very-special night: the first concert of Eric's 2011 Residency at the Royal Albert Hall. Over the years, Eric has often likened the London venue to "playing in his front room" due to its intimacy and familiarity. For music lovers, it's also a great venue to see a concert in. The acoustics are good, the stage is low, the front rows are about 10 feet from the stage and even the farthest seat is is closer than the mid-point of many larger arenas.

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  • 05/16/11

    Eric Clapton performed 14 and 15 May at Motorpoint Arena Cardiff (formerly known as Cardiff International Arena). The set list, a mix of blues, hits, and a tribute to Gary Moore, was the same for both performances. Here's what some of the concert-goers told Where's Eric! about the shows:

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  • 05/13/11

    On 12 May, Eric Clapton and His Band performed a 17-song set at Glasgow's SECC, following an opening set by Andy Fairweather Low and The Low Riders. One long-time fan told Where's Eric, "Eric's playing was sublime, helped by excellent sound quality. I deliberately hadn't looked at any previous set lists, so the inclusion of Gary Moore's Still Got The Blues was a pleasant surprise.

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  • 05/10/11

    Eric Clapton and His Band stopped in Belfast for the second night of their spring tour. The set list remained the same as the opening night in Dublin the night previous. One long-time EC fan told Where's Eric! that the concert "highlights were Old Love, Sheriff, the beautifully stripped down version of Gary Moore's Still Got The Blues, Badge and a rip-roaring Crossroads." If you were at the gig, why not send your review to Where's Eric! for publication in the permanent tour archive?

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