The production of the authorized career-spanning "Eric Clapton Visual Anthology" continues. When completed, the documentary will represent the most comprehensive overview of Eric's 45+ year career ever assembled. The producers have previously asked fans around the world to search their personal archives for rare photographs, video and film of Eric Clapton prior to 1980 both on and off stage. The scope of the search has been expanded to include Eric Clapton-related ephemera prior to 1974. Film and photographs - even snapshots - and memorabilia from the British Jazz / R&B / Blues Club Scene 1958 - 1964 is also being sought. An invitation to fans to participate in this exciting project is included in Eric Clapton's 2009 Tour Programme. For more information and to read the Where's Eric! Q&A with one of the Anthology's Producers,...
"The Eric Clapton Visual Anthology": Scope of Search for Rare Material Expanded Plus Q&A With One Of The Producers
Eric Clapton & Steve Winwood: Live From Madison Square Garden Thursday, airs May 28 at 8 p.m. (ET) on THIRTEEN’s Great Performances on PBS (check local listings). Presented in 5.1 digital surround sound on PBS HD, the special telecast captures long-time friends and former bandmates Clapton and Winwood at New York’s Madison Square Garden performing songs from their short-lived Blind Faith collaboration, including Presence of the Lord, Can’t Find My Way Home, Well All Right, along with hits from their respective solo careers.
For more information on PBS's on-air presentation, check HERE.
Be sure to check out the following Live From Madison Square Garden videos!:
Guitar World exclusive "Had To Cry Today" video from Live @ MSG
Ultimate-Guitar with "Dear Mr. Fantasy" Live From MSG