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  • 07/16/10

    On 7 September 2010, Verve / Universal Music Group will release two versions of Mean Old Man on CD by Jerry Lee Lewis. Some tracks were released last year as a digital EP of the same name. It's now expanded to a 10-song physical edition and a special 18-track CD. Much like his previous album, Last Man Standing, Jerry Lee has also packed this one with guest stars. Eric Clapton and James Burton back The Killer on "You Can Have Her," which was one of the tracks on the digital release.

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  • 07/09/10

    [UPDATED!] Fans have alerted Where's Eric! that tickets have been put on sale on 9 July via the Royal Albert Hall Website for the November 2010 Prince's Trust Concert.  Note that this sale was available *only* to persons who are registered to receive notifications by email from the Royal Albert Hall or who have previously purchased tickets from the RAH box office. Fans have called the box office to confirm this.

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  • 07/08/10

    The Royal Albert Hall has announced that Eric Clapton, along with Jools Holland, Tom Jones, Queen, Paolo Nutini and more will appear at the venue on 17 November 2010 as part of the Prince's Trust Rock Gala 2010. Tickets will go on sale on Monday 12 July. Updates will be made as more information becomes available.

  • 07/07/10
    Doris Troy album art for self-titled album Apple Records 1970 featuring Clapton
    Billy Preston art for That's The Way God Planned It with Clapton, Harrison
    Billy Preston album art for Encouraging Words, features Eric Clapton, Harrison
    Jackie Lomax album art for Is This What You Want, with Eric Clapton, Harrison

    On 25 October (26 October in the U.S.) Apple Corps Ltd and EMI Music will reissue 15 albums from Apple Records. Four of the titles feature Eric Clapton, representing recording sessions he participated in 1968 and 1969. The Beatles, also working as sidemen, feature prominently on many of the albums. Each has been digitally remastered at EMI’s Abbey Road Studios by the same team of engineers behind The Beatles remastered catalogue releases last year.

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