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  • 11/02/10

    [Updated with Extended Broadcast News from 5 November] Eric Clapton was one of the featured guests on the 30 minute live broadcast of "Later ... With Jools Holland" on 2 November on BBC Two. Accompanied by Chris Stainton (keyboards), Henry Spinetti (drums) and Dave Bronze (bass), EC performed "Travellin' Alone" and "When Somebody Thinks You're Wonderful" from his most recent studio album, "Clapton." A tweet sent by a viewer of the show to #laterjools reported he played a Gibson Les Paul. EC was also briefly interviewed by Jools.

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  • 10/26/10

     Eric Clapton will perform tracks from his 19th studio album, "Clapton," on "Later ... With Jools Holland" next week. The live 30 minute broadcast happens Tuesday 2 November at 10PM. An extended recorded edition will air on Friday 5 November. The Friday broadcast will include the performances from Tuesday's show along with an additional half hour of music and chat. Other guests on next week's show are Kings of Leon, MIA, Vaccines, Bellowhead and comedian Harry Hill. "Later ... With Jools Holland" is broadcast on BBC Two with a simulcast on BBC HD.

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  • 10/25/10

    June 6th .... Helsinki - Hartwall Arena (Finland)
    June 8th .... Stockholm - The Globe (Sweden)
    June 9th .... Oslo - Norwegian Wood Festival (Norway)
    June 11th ... Herning - Jyske Bank Boxen (Denmark)

    Legend and super guitarist Eric Clapton plays a few exclusive shows in the UK in May – no less than six nights at London’s Royal Albert Hall – followed by four concerts in the Nordic countries during the month of June.

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  • 10/24/10

    [Updated with Set List] On Saturday 23 October, Eric Clapton along with bandmates Chris Stainton, Willie Weeks and Steve Gadd performed at The Cathedral Church of Saint John The Divine in New York City. The private event was the annual fundraising gala for the William J. Clinton Foundation which works to strengthen the capacity of governments and individuals to alleviate poverty, improve global health, strengthen economies, and protect the environment. It was founded in 2001 by former U.S. President Bill Clinton.

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