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Eric Clapton & Steve Winwood Rock Philadelphia!

Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood continued their 14-date jaunt around the United States with a stop in Philadelphia. One fan told Where's Eric, "As good as night one was on Wednesday, this show was better. There were a few minor flubs - like EC and Steve missing their vocal cues in "Forever Man" - but overall, they really nailed this one." A long-time fan who travelled from the U.K. to see the show said, "The one thing that amazed me most was I saw a totally 'different' EC than at the RAH less than two weeks ago. He was good then, but when isn't he. Tonight? I've never heard him like this. It was like travelling back to 1969 the way he played. Winwood really pushed him to an entirely different level. Amazing." For more commentary and the complete set list,...

NEW Limited Edition Tour Posters!

NEW Clapton/Winwood 2009 US Tour Poster Added to the Clapton Tour Collection!

Designed by John Van Hamersveld, a limited edition, hand numbered and print signed 24" X 36" poster celebrating the Clapton/Winwood 2009 US tour is now available in the official Eric Clapton Online Store. For those of you who can't make it to one of the upcoming shows, this will be the only place to get one. Once they sell out, they are gone forever. Good luck! For more information about the Eric Clapton/Steve Winwood 2009 tour, visit

Clapton / Winwood: Izod Center, East Rutherford NJ

Opening night of Eric Clapton's and Steve Winwood's U.S. Tour ... check out the fan reviews, below. Were you there? Why not submit your review to Surprises on night one included Steve & EC performing an acoustic version of "Layla" and a killer version of Big Maceo's "Tough Luck Blues."...

Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood Open U.S. Tour At New Jersey's Izod Center

Legendary musicians Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood opened up their 14-date tour of the United States on 10 June 2009 at the Izod Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Like the now-historic shows at Madison Square Garden last year, the tour was not billed as a reunion of their supergroup, Blind Faith. Yet, their set certainly played homage to Blind Faith's lone album, with the entire A side of it being performed in their 2 hour 15 minute concert. The band now includes the supremely talented backing vocalists Michelle John and Sharon White. Their vocals filled gaps that weren't entirely noticeable last year, but with their addition, many fans commented after the show much was indeed missing in that area, particularly on some of the Blind Faith numbers. Abe Laboriel Jr. is a brilliant addition to the rhythm section, which also features bass legend Willie Weeks. Abe's percussive talents are familiar to many from his previous stints in Eric Clapton's band, as well as with Paul McCartney.

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