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Plastic Ono Band at Brooklyn Academy of Music: Eric Clapton joins Yoko Ono, Klaus Voorman, Others On Stage. Set list includes "Y

Photos added!!! On Tuesday 16 February 2010, Yoko Ono performed a very special concert at the Brooklyn Academy of Music as part of her 77th birthday celebration. On stage was the "new" Plastic Ono Band - Yoko Ono, Sean Lennon, Sean Lennon, Haruomi Hosono, Yuka Honda and Cornelius (Keigo Oyamada, Naoki Shimizu and Yuko Araki) who performed an opening set that included "It Happened," "Rising" and "Walking On Thin Ice". The second half of the show featured guest artists performing Ono's compositions.

"Jack Bruce - Composing Himself": Enter to Win a Copy of the New Biography by Harry Shapiro from Where's Eric! and Jawbone Press

Here’s your chance to win a copy of Jack Bruce - Composing Himself from Where’s Eric! and Jawbone Press. Harry Shapiro’s authorised biography of Jack Bruce traces the life and work of legendary musician from his formative years in classical music and jazz through his early success with Manfred Mann to the short-lived but endlessly influential Cream. In the years since, Bruce has continued his musical odyssey with the likes of John McLaughlin, Billy Cobham, Carla Bley, Mick Taylor and a reunited Cream in 2005.

Night 2 at The O2: Another Stunning Performance From Jeff Beck and Eric Clapton

Photos Added!!! Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck co-headlined their second night at London's O2 on Sunday, 14 February 2010. According to early reports, it was another stunning performance. Like the first evening, Jeff Beck and his band started things off with a set lasting about 45 minutes. At this performance, Jeff was joined by vocalist Imelda May for "Lilac Wine" and Sharon Corr was again featured on violin on "Mna Na Heireann." The latter was worked up especially for these concerts.

Opening Night: Jeff Beck and Eric Clapton at The O2, London

Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck - legendary guitarists and former Yardbirds - performed their first co-headling concert of 2010 at The O2 on 13 February. When the concerts were announced last September, Eric said, “I’ve always considered Jeff Beck to be one of the finest guitar players around. He’s a friend, a great guy, and a truly gifted musician. We had such a fun time in Japan that it seemed natural to play together again.”

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