With a gig at the Gelredome in Arnhem on 29 May, Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood reached the mid-point of their 16-date European Tour. The set list has settled in after some changes earlier in the week and was identical to that performed in Dusseldorf and Basel. One fan checking in via blackberry right after the show called it "A dream come true, an unforgettable experience." An American fan on holiday wrote from their iPhone "I time travelled back to 1969! Words can't describe how powerful these musicians still are on stage.
Ten days into their 2010 European Tour, Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood and their band continue to garner rave reviews. There were no changes to the set list on 28 May at the ISS Dome in Dusseldorf. One fan - who traveled from Sao Paulo, Brazil to attend - told Where's Eric!, "The concert in Dusseldorf was just astonishing! For me, although long time fan of both, it was the first time I saw them live. Anyway, notwithstanding the high quality of sound and confort of the ISS Dome, Eric and Steve proved to be in full shape this night.
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'.