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Clapton Kicks Off 2014 Tour In Japan

Eric Clapton kicked off his 2014 Tour in Tokyo on February 18. This year marks 40 years of touring Japan for Eric. And like his first visit in 1974, he opened the Japanese dates at the Nippon Budokan. The sold-out crowd was in their seats before lights out and the concert started promptly at 7PM which is the norm in Japan. Eric and his band treated the audience to the guitarist's biggest hits, blues and gems from his back catalog with quite a few surprises including "Honest Man," "After Midnight" and "Alabama Woman". The complete opening night set list was:

EC Adds Alabama Concert To 2014 Tour

Eric Clapton today announced an additional U.S. tour stop. He will be in concert at the Oak Mountain Amphitheatre in Pelham, Alabama on May 2. Tickets go on sale to the general public February 21 at 10AM via Ticketmaster.com. Other U.S. cities to be visited include New Orleans and Memphis. For a complete list of all officially announced 2014 concerts, including ticket purchase details, visit the Eric Clapton Tour Calendar on this site.

Nathan East's Solo Album Due March 25

LISTEN TO THE WORLD PREMIERE OF NATHAN EAST'S "CAN'T FIND MY WAY HOME" FEATURING ERIC CLAPTON ONLY ON WHERESERIC.COM! Plus, hear Nathan's comments to Alice Stockton-Rossini of New York's WOR 710 about his debut album.

Michelle John: Debut EP "Little Me"

WATCH MICHELLE JOHN'S MUSIC VIDEOS!   After years of honing her vocal skills with music industry elite like Eric Clapton, Madonna, Sir Elton John, and Annie Lennox, Michelle John has stepped into the spotlight with the release of her debut EP, "Little Me." The five tracks take listeners on a journey from her painful past to her joyful present. Of her debut, Michelle said, "It's a long way from those days growing up on a Council Estate in Peckham. I want people to get a sense of my life and journey, through my music. Little Me' contains everything you would want to say to your younger self."
 

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