Listen to the two-part radio show celebrating the release of the multi-disc anthology, Forever Man, online on demand.
No "spoiler alert" now as to the guests and set list for the second night of Eric Clapton's 70th Birthday Celebration at Madison Square Garden. On Sunday, 3 May, John Mayer, Jimmie Vaughan, Derek Trucks and Doyle Bramhall II all stepped out to help Slowhand celebrate during the almost two-hour concert. After the gig, Where's Eric! caught up with concert goers. They said some of their favorite performances of the night were Pretending with John Mayer, I Shot The Sheriff, Before You Accuse Me with Jimmie Vaughan, Crossroads and the main set's closing number, Let It Rain, with guests Doyle Bramhall II and Derek Trucks.
Special guests and a surprising set list had the crowd on its feet at the first of two shows celebrating Eric Clapton's 70th Birthday at Madison Square Garden on Friday, 1 May. He and his band then delivered a show just shy of two hours touching on all aspects of the guitar maestro's incredible history from his days in Cream to the present day.
ERIC CLAPTON SHOW ON SATURDAY, MAY 2 WILL MOVE TO SUNDAY, MAY 3 AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN DUE TO NEW YORK RANGERS PLAYOFFS
New York, NY (April 28, 2015) – Due to the New York Rangers playoffs at Madison Square Garden, Eric Clapton’s 70th birthday concert celebration scheduled for Saturday, May 2 will move to Sunday, May 3 at The World’s Most Famous Arena.
All tickets purchased for the Saturday, May 2 performance will be honored on Sunday, May 3.
The Friday, May 1 show will take place as scheduled.