In one of our more bizarre pairings in the November 2013 Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame election, we find two highly influential entities from the glory days of British Rock that are from totally opposite sides of the fence: Eric Clapton and Hawkwind.
Eric Clapton fans with a little extra cash lying around will have a chance to relive God's mid-'70s glory days this fall with a sprawling six-disc box set that collects rare, remastered and unreleased cuts.
Eric Clapton's landmark 1992 'Unplugged' album will soon be getting a new look. 'Unplugged: Expanded and Remastered,' a two-CD/DVD set that builds upon the original release, will be available on Oct. 15.
Eric Clapton may have said that he's going to give up touring when he turns 70 in 2015, he's still interested in changing things up now and then. Sources say that he has a few surprises in store during his Crossroads Guitar Festival at Madison Square Garden later this month.
Eric Clapton’s guitar skills have been so revered that “Clapton is God” was once spray-painted on a wall in London. In tribute to his holiness – the lord of the Les Paul, the sultan of the SG, the sovereign of the Stratocaster – we offer this tribute of the Top 10 Eric Clapton Guitar Solos.
Eric Clapton, as the title of his 1989 album spells out, has been one of rock's busiest journeymen since the early-'60s, when he helped form the Yardbirds. Throughout his 50-year career, the ace guitarist has done time with John Mayall's Bluesb
There are plenty of classic bands who would love to say that they engineered one of the most successful lineup changes in rock history. But the fact is that a key lineup change (whether it's due to drugs, death or "creative differences") can severely alter a band's sound
If you've seen any of the 23 James Bond movies, you're familiar with British trumpet player Derek Watkins. The session player also sat in with Eric Clapton, the Beatles, Elton John and more during a nearly 50-year career. Watkins died on Friday (March 22) after a two year battle with cancer.
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