Thursday, August 2 2007
In the early `60s, Eric Clapton began a passionate, long-distance love affair with Chicago. Upon hearing the blues of Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy, Otis Rush and Hubert Sumlin on vinyl records, Clapton saw his future as a guitarist.
Thursday, March 20 2014
This unauthorized documentary offers a unique look at one of Eric Clapton's most fertile eras, but is light on the words of Clapton himself.
Thursday, December 12 2013
Powerful performances and excellent bonus material await the curious Claptonite on Give Me Strength: The 1974/75 Recordings.
Tuesday, March 26 2013
If nothing else, Old Sock proves that Eric Clapton is comfortable being Eric Clapton.
Wednesday, October 6 2010
A far cry from a guitar record, Clapton plays as mature and reflective, in the graceful sense of the terms.
Monday, November 5 2007
The problem isn't with Eric Clapton's musical ability, it's with the sham of a title of this current collection.
Friday, March 30 2012
What’ll you do when you get lonely, with nobody waiting by your side? You could read the latest Counterbalance, discussing the 75th Most Acclaimed Album of All Time. This time around it’s Eric Clapton’s pseudonymous 1970 classic.
Monday, June 28 2010
CHICAGO — In the months leading up to his Crossroads Guitar Festival on Saturday at Toyota Park in south suburban Bridgeview, Ill., Eric Clapton had been
Thursday, June 24 2010
In an interview, Winwood recounts his early days with Clapton and the long road to playing again with his old running mate.
Wednesday, February 10 2010
Eric Clapton is hosting his third Crossroads Guitar Festival on June 26 in Chicago, inviting many of the same stellar guests who appeared at the first