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  • 02/01/11

    Where's Eric! Magazine Subscribers can enter to win limited edition posters courtesy of the Official Eric Clapton Store at ericclapton.com. The contest ends 11 February, so there are only 10 days left to enter! The Grand Prize Winner will receive the 2010 Eric Clapton Limited Edition U.S. Tour Poster and the 2010 Eric Clapton / Steve Winwood Limited Edition European Tour Poster. The First Runner Up will receive the 2010 Eric Clapton Limited Edition U.S. Tour Poster. Three other winners will receive the 2010 Eric Clapton / Steve Winwood Limited Edition European Tour Poster.

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  • 01/30/11

    The Where's Eric! Team has been busy adding all the "in concert" photographs sent in by fans in recent weeks with almost 100 new images added to the Eric Clapton Photo Gallery. And, there are still more to add! Three new photo galleries dedicated to Memorabilia & Promotional Items, Book & Magazine Covers, and Guitars, Amps & Stage Equipment have also been launched. To make them more comprehensive, the Where's Eric! Team needs your help.

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  • 01/24/11

    YOUR Chance to Experience Eric Clapton in London! Grand Prize Includes VIP Access to His Private Rehearsal, Backstage Meet-and-Greet with The Master, Tickets to London’s Royal Albert Hall Performance and Free Flight / Hotel Package.  Ernie Ball also Launches Eric Clapton Golden Pick Contest Offering over $100,000 in Instant-Win Prizes – Exclusively Through
    Guitar Center, the World’s Largest Music Instrument Retailer.

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  • 01/24/11

    [UPDATED WITH TICKET DETAILS & BAND LINEUP] Special Guest Appearance by Taj Mahal. Two iconic artists explore shared musical ground between New Orleans, the Delta, and Chicago with an historic collaboration made in blues heaven. Join Wynton Marsalis and Eric Clapton as they work from a blueprint by the legendary New Orleans bandleader King Oliver and perform songs from some of the most important early blues and jazz figures, from Howling Wolf and Ma Rainey to Fats Waller and Louis Armstrong.

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