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  • 03/25/09

    In May 2009, Eric Clapton will kick-off a 14 date Ireland / UK tour with performances in Dublin, Liverpool, Manchester and an 11 night residency at London's Royal Albert Hall. For these dates, an additional player has been added to the band lineup ... Tim Carmon on keyboards. The complete Eric Clapton Band lineup for all May 2009 dates is now Chris Stainton (keyboards), Tim Carmon (keyboards), Steve Gadd (drums), Andy Fairweather-Low (guitar), Willie Weeks (bass), Sharon White (backing vocals) and Michelle John (backing vocals)....

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  • 03/25/09

    In a 29 March 2007 interview with the Associated Press, Eric Clapton said that after the second Crossroads Guitar Festival (28 July 2007), "I'm going to disappear for a year or two and have some fun." As has become the norm, Eric's self-imposed "time off" didn't last very long. Before......

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  • 03/25/09

    Tim Carmon was born and raised in Washington, D.C. His career eventually took him to Los Angeles. In addition to playing keyboards, Tim Carmon is also a drummer, vocalist, and producer. He is a graduate of the Duke Ellington School of Arts. A few of the artists he has worked......

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  • 03/20/09

    [Updated] On 20 March, Eric Clapton again joined The Allman Brothers Band on stage at New York City's Beacon Theatre for a seven-song set that left those in attendance speechless. Although the 19th was an excellent performance, the 20th was one of those magic nights that music fans live for. One fan wrote to Where's Eric, "Astonishing. I had anticipated Clapton playing humble sideman, but Eric's presence pushed the band through the roof from the moment he took the stage. As a confessed Cream-era devotee, seeing EC play in that scenario / venue was like a dream.

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