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  • 12/14/10

    Los Lobos will be out on the road in February / March 2011 supporting Eric Clapton on his US West Coast dates along with one date in Vancouver, Canada. The band previously appeared at EC's 2007 Crossroads Guitar Festival and members Cesar Rosas and David Hidalgo took part in the 2010 Festival at Chicago's Toyota Park. Los Lobos was founded in East Los Angeles, California in the late 70s. In 1984, they had their first major label release, How Will The Wolf Survive?. Since that time, they have released numerous albums and have won several Grammy Awards.

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  • 12/12/10

    Tickets for Eric Clapton's 2011 US concerts in San Jose CA on 2 March, Sacramento CA on 3 March and Universal City CA on 9 March go on sale to the general public on Monday, 13 December at 10AM PST (time local to venue). Tickets for other US West Coast dates and one date in Vancouver, Canada went on sale earlier this month. For complete on sale details, including links and ticket prices, visit the Where's Eric! Tour Page. Eric Clapton's currently announced 2011 tour itinerary is: 

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  • 12/11/10

    Seven years ago, Eric Clapton took part in his first celebrity charity cricket match in more than a decade when he fielded his EC XI against Alex Stewart's Bunbury XI at Ripley Court School, Ripley, Surrey. The 10 August 2003 match raised funds for the NSPCC, the English Schools Cricket Association and Crossroads Centre Antigua. To commemorate the match, a special souvenir programme was created and sold only on the day. Where's Eric! has acquired the remaining stock of this unique piece of Eric Clapton memorabilia.

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  • 12/04/10

    AUCTION IN AID OF THE CROSSROADS CENTRE, WHICH WAS FOUNDED BY ERIC CLAPTON. Bonhams has announced a landmark auction, which will include over 150 lots from Eric Clapton's personal collection. The sale will feature over 70 guitars and 70 amps that have helped create Clapton's legendary sound. This is the first time the rock icon has donated so many of his historic amplifiers to auction, giving the public a rare opportunity to purchase a piece of Clapton history.

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