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Eric Clapton: Cincinnati Concert Details

Eric Clapton and His Band visited Riverbend Music Center in Cincinnati, Ohio on 30 June 2010. Starting off wtih a string of back-to-back classics: "Going Down Slow," "Key To The Highway" and "Tell The Truth," the 16 song set featured plenty of blues, deep cuts and Eric's more radio-friendly material. As usual, Eric let his guitar do the talking with some memorable solos. He revised the running order slighty from the Milwaukee concert by moving "Tell The Truth" out of the opening slot.
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Crossroads Guitar Festival 2010 Merchandise Available Online

Official merchandise from Eric Clapton's 2010 Crossroads Guitar Festival is now available online at the official festival website, crossroadsguitarfestival.com. Items include a limited edition print created by artists Chuck Sperry and Ron Donovan of Firehouse Kustom Rockart along with festival t-shirts and tanks for men and women, commemorative guitar picks, baseball caps, water bottles and more.
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Eric Clapton’s Guitars and Amps to go under the hammer to benefit the Crossroads Centre, Antigua

The auction of over 100 lots of Guitars and Amps will take place at Bonhams in New York in the Spring of 2011. The auction will comprise of over 64 lots of Guitars and Instruments and 46 lots of Amps with individual estimates ranging from $300 - $600 to $20,000 - $30,000. Guitar highlights include a Fender Custom Shop “one-of-a-kind” Eric Clapton T-Mobile Stratocaster (Est. $15,000 - $22,000) and a Martin Belleza Bianca 000-ECHF prototype guitar (Est. $7,500 - $15,000). Amp highlights include a Derek and the Dominos Marshall speaker stack (Est.
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Eric Clapton Rocks Milwaukee

For the first time in 25 years, Eric Clapton headlined at Milwaukee's Summerfest. In front of a lively crowd at America's largest music festival, and following the magnificent Steve Winwood collaboration and the Crossroads Guitar Festival, Eric and band were in good spirits and delivered a solid performance. Key songs were Sheriff, driven by the tight Gadd/Weeks rhythm section, a beautiful Rock n roll Heart, with strong crowd vocals, which is fast maturing into a long lost favourite and the evergreen Little Queen of Spades where all the lead players get to show their hand.
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