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American radio host and legendary program director, Redbeard, recently had the opportunity to talk with both Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood about their new live CD / DVD and tour of America. His syndicated radio program airs on over 90 stations across the United States. The show dedicated to Clapton and Winwood is airing in two parts the weeks of 8 and 15 June. For those outside the listening area, you can tune in online on Redbeard's website, inthestudio.net....News
[Set list has been confirmed - see full article for details.] Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood and their supporting musicians pulled into Columbus, Ohio for a one-night sold out performance at the Schottenstein Center on 15 June 2009. Like all previous shows on the tour, the 21 song set kicked off with Blind Faith's "Had To Cry Today" right around 8:15PM. Clapton and Winwood continue to tweak the set list - "Crossroads" was dropped and "Split Decision" was brought back.News
Night 4 of 14 ... Were you at the Schottenstein Center? Why not send your review to firstname.lastname@example.org. Clapton and Winwood continue to tweak the set list - "Crossroads" was dropped and "Split Decision" was brought back. Notably Winwood performed "There's A River" in place of "No Face" and that "Nobody Knows You" was dropped in favour of "How Long Blues." The set list has been fully confirmed....News