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  • 08/31/11

    Year 6 of EC Access has now launched! Join or renew now for full access to all of the EC Access benefits. Each membership includes:

    - 1 year of unlimited access to exclusive online community at ECAccess.cc.
    - 10% discount in the Eric Clapton online store.
    - Opportunity to purchase tickets to select events when Eric tours.
    - Exclusive photos, videos, downloads, and more.
    - PLUS many surprises throughout the year!

    Here's a look at the deluxe membership package items:


    For more details visit ECAccess.cc.

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  • 08/25/11

    On 22 November, Warner Brothers / Reprise will release Clapton Blues, an Eric Clapton blues box set. The five vinyl LP collection will include the three albums From The Cradle, Riding With The King and Me and Mr. Johnson along with an exclusive lithograph of the cover image photo of Eric. This edition will be priced at $124.98 (US). Additionally, a limited edition version pressed on blue vinyl will be available only from EC's official website, ericclapton.com.

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  • 08/19/11

    On August 1, 1971, George Harrison of The Beatles and Ravi Shankar brought together a star-studded cast of musicians for The Concert for Bangladesh, which became one of the most ambitious humanitarian efforts in music history. In honor of the 40th anniversary of the concert, the George Harrison Fund for UNICEF has designated August as the ‘Month of Giving’ to raise funds for the crisis in the Horn of Africa.

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  • 08/17/11

    Where’s Eric! is sad to report that Rich Fitzgerald passed away on Monday, 15 August 2011 after a long and brave battle with cancer. A veteran record industry executive, he worked with Eric Clapton from the 1970s, first at RSO Records, then Warner Brothers Records and later, Reprise. Rich spent the last several years working directly with Eric, right up until his death. The last project he worked on, Wynton Marsalis & Eric Clapton Play the Blues, is due to be released next month on CD and DVD.

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