Another night, another brilliant show from legendary musicians Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood and their band. This time, the locale was St. Jakobshalle in Basel, Switzerland on 26 May 2010. Unlike last year's U.S. Tour, this year's set list has been evolving almost daily. In Basel, the duo replaced "Slide Song (A)" with "Crossroads". Longtime Where's Eric! Contributor Nadja Teichert had this to say about the gig: "Highlight again is Voodoo Chile (SMOKING) with Glad and Gimme Some Lovin' following closely.
Eric Clapton's and Steve Winwood's 16-date European Tour reached Paris on Tuesday, 25 May. In a two plus hour show, "Voodoo Chile" remained the killer song of the evening. The duo tweaked the set list again, replacing "Going Down Slow" with "Key To The Highway" and "Split Decision" with "Gimme Some Lovin'". Calling it the "best concert of my life," one fan told Where's Eric! that, "The whole band was on fire from the beginning, with great solos on 'Had To Cry Today'.
Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood only have four shows of their 2010 European Tour under their belts and fans are already running out of superlatives. Last week's concerts in Birmingham and London were termed "amazing," "phenomenal," "unbelievable," and "fantastic." It was more of the same at the Sportspaleis in Antwerp on Sunday, 23 May. Eric and Steve changed the set list up a bit, dropping "Forever Man," "Pearly Queen," and Don Nix's "Going Down." One sharp-eyed fan told Where's Eric!
Legendary musicians Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood performed a second concert at London's Wembley Arena on Friday 21 May. It was another excellent show according to early reports with EC playing his stratocaster like a man possessed and Winwood not far behind in the guitar solo department. One fan checking in shortly after the show ended told Where's Eric, "Another stellar night with MONSTER guitar from EC. Again, Voodoo Chile is THE song of the night.