35 Years Ago: Eric Clapton Gets Clean on ‘Money and Cigarettes’
Having just emerged from rehab for alcoholism, Eric Clapton says he named 'Money and Cigarettes' -- which was released in February 1983 -- after "all I saw myself having left."
45 Years Ago: Eric Clapton Stages a Comeback Concert
Most stints in rehab take place secretly, or at the very least privately. Then there was Eric Clapton’s Rainbow Concert.
Eric Clapton’s Early Albums to Be Reissued in Vinyl Box
If your turntable's crying out for some classic Eric Clapton, help is on the way.
Eric Clapton, ‘Slowhand at 70: Live at the Royal Albert Hall': DVD Review
In March 2015, Eric Clapton turned 70. Two months later, he set up camp at London's Royal Albert Hall for a series of seven shows, 50 years after his first performance there with the Yardbirds.
When Neal Schon Said No to Joining Derek and the Dominos
Before Neal Schon started his distinguished career trading licks with a legend, he turned down a job offer from another guitar god: Eric Clapton.
How Eric Clapton Opened His Heart and Made His Masterpiece With Derek and the Dominos
Eric Clapton's best album wasn't credited to him and wasn't even a real band.
The Moment Eric Clapton Began Turning Away From Pop Music
Released in November 1989, Eric Clapton's 'Journeyman' was a clear step back from the adult-contemporary abyss of his earlier '80s-era output.
Eric Clapton’s ‘Slowhand at 70′ Film Is Coming to DVD and Blu-ray
Eric Clapton's new live film and album are headed for the home market this fall.
Watch Eric Clapton Play ‘Cocaine’ in a Clip From New Concert Film
Eric Clapton has posted the first full-length performance clip from his upcoming concert film, Eric Clapton: Live at the Royal Albert Hall — Slowhand at 70.