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Clapton / Winwood Tour Reaches West Coast

Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood have reached the west coast of the United States as their co-headlining tour winds down. The next-to-last performance took place at Oakland's Oracle Arena on 29 June 2009. Like all of the shows on their tour, it was another no-holds-barred all-around great performance. Steve once again performed "Low Spark of High Heeled Boys" and "There's A River" as "his" numbers. One fan emailed Where's Eric! shortly after the show with the set list. Their brief comment, "Clapton / Winwood and band ... amazing. Biggest highlights among many for me were Steve's Low Spark, Voodoo Chile and Cocaine. They started trading solos right from the opening song." Eric Clapton's and Steve Winwood's 14-date U.S. tour wraps tonight (30 June) at the Hollywood Bowl....


2009 ERIC CLAPTON TOUR CALENDAR (Updated as of 1 July) No concerts by Eric Clapton are currently scheduled. See below for tour dates that took place earlier this year, with links to set lists and gig reviews. Previous Dates on Eric Clapton's 2009 Tour Calendar Japan 2009: Eric Clapton &......

Clapton / Winwood: Oracle Arena, Oakland CA

Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood have reached the west coast and their co-headlining tour is winding down. This show, at Oakland's Oracle Arena, was the next to last. There was a minor change to the set list as Steve performed "Low Spark of High Heeled Boys" as his solo number. Were you there? Send a review to and let fans around the world live vicariously through you!...

Clapton / Winwood Tour Rocks Las Vegas!

Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood shared the stage Saturday night (27 June 2009) at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. Their 14-date U.S. tour is in its final stages, with only two shows remaining in California (29 June in Oakland and 30 June at the Hollywood Bowl).
The set list deviated slightly from the previous concert in Glendale, Arizona on 26 June. Steve Winwood continues to tweak "his" songs; "Low Spark of High Heeled Boys" was back as Steve's solo number and "There's A River" was performed for the third night in a row.

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