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Eric Clapton Closes Baloise Sessions. 1 Hour To Be Aired On Swiss Radio Next Week.

Eric Clapton and His Band closed out the 2013 Baloise Sessions in Basel, Switzerland on Thursday, 14 November. It has been announced that one hour from this performance will be aired on Swiss radio SRF3 on Monday 18 November 2013 at 21:00.
EC tweaked the set list from the previous evening, dropping "Knock On Wood" and "Goodnight Irene" but attacking and lengthening his solos on the other songs. Like the previous evening, the 1500 strong crowd was treated to five songs in memory of JJ Cale - "Don't Go To Strangers" (the opening number), "Since You Said Goodbye," After Midnight," "Call Me The Breeze" and "Cocaine."

Eric Clapton Rocks Basel's Baloise Sessions

Eric Clapton and His Band are wrapping up their 2013 concerts this week with two shows in Basel, Switzerland. The shows are part of the "Baloise Sessions" indoor concert series and happen at the Event Halle in Basel. In front of 1500 people, Eric and his band peformed a 20 song set on 13 November , including five songs in memory of JJ Cale: "Don't Go To Strangers" (the opening number), "Since You Said Goodbye," After Midnight," "Call Me The Breeze" and "Cocaine." "After Midnight," rarely seen in a Clapton set list, was performed in the style of JJ Cale, rather than the way it has been recorded in the studio by Eric (in 1970 and 1987).

Eric Clapton Adds Singapore Show To 2014 Tour Schedule

Eric Clapton will perform at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on 4 March 2014. It will be his fourth appearance in Singapore, following concerts in 1990, 2007 and 2011. Tickets are available from 13 November at the Indoor Stadium Sports Hub Box Office and all other Singpost outlets. Book online on or via phone through 6333 5000. Ticket prices start from S$108. 

Eric Clapton Six-String Stories Gallery Exhibition Opens 6 December

Genesis Publications, the world’s leading publisher of limited editions on music icons, is opening an Eric Clapton exhibition at their gallery in Guildford, Surrey next month. Running from 6 to 31 December, the show will be based on SIX-STRING STORIES, the book written with Eric Clapton, which tells the story of his career through nearly 300 guitars and amps in his collection. The exhibition will feature guitars, quotes, memorabilia and rare and unseen photos from the legendary musician's personal archive.

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