Starting 14 November 2009, a new daily feature will launch on whereseric.com: "Today In EC History". Each day of the year, website visitors will find facts about what happened in Eric Clapton's career that day from his time in The Yardbirds right up to the present. These daily milestones will be published in the right column of whereseric.com. So starting today, be sure to check in daily to discover what happened "Today in EC History."
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"Today In EC History" Launches 14 November 2009 On Whereseric.com. Find Daily Facts About Eric Clapton's Career.News
According to CMT, Eric Clapton and James Burton are featured on "You Can Have Her" a track on Jerry Lee Lewis' new digital EP, "Mean Old Man." Available only from Amazon and not other digital retailers, it also features Sheryl Crow, Merle Haggard, Kid Rock and Kris Kristoferson. It's not Clapton's first collaboration with Jerry Lee - they partnered on "Trouble In Mind" on Lewis' 2006 CD of duets, "Last Man Standing."News
"Edge of Darkness" Now Available In The U.S. and Canada on DVD. Musical Score by Eric Clapton and Michael Kamen.
"Edge of Darkness", the six-part 1985 BBC produced drama, is finally available in the United States and Canada on a two-disc Region 1 DVD. Long available in the UK on VHS and DVD, it stars Bob Peck, Joe Don Baker, Charles Kay, Ian McNeice, and Joanne Whalley. The score was composed by Eric Clapton and Michael Kamen. The thriller's plot revolves around a police detective who investigates the murder of his own daughter and becomes embroiled in a vast conspiracy.News
Paul Stewart - eldest son of Formula One legend Sir Jackie Stewart - and Eric Clapton have recorded a charity single, entitled "Fly Free." Recorded in honour of his father's 70th birthday, a film for the song was also produced by Paul's younger brother, Mark. Both will be available for purchase by download when they are released on 15 November 2009. All moneys raised will be donated to the Formula One charity, The Grand Prix Mechanics' Charitable Trust. The trust was founded by Sir Jackie Stewart and others more than 20 years ago.News