Living Legend Eric Clapton Out on Tour Now
Eric Clapton is one of the most widely known and talented guitarists of all-time. He has performed with a number of different groups like the Yardbirds, Cream, and Derek and the Dominos, but he is most widely known as a solo artist. As he gets ready to complete his next U.S. tour, tickets to Eric Clapton are going to be some of the hottest items. Not only is he a living legend, but he still puts on one of the most exciting rock shows you will ever experience.
Clapton joined the Yardbirds in 1963, but it wasn’t until 1965 that he had his first major hit: “For Your Love.” He left the band soon after, but his career was just beginning to take off. Clapton has played with many legends throughout his career. He has played with Elton John, members of the Beatles, Phil Collins, Stevie Ray Vaughn, and Steve Winwood, to name a few. He has a unique style, ranging between hard rock to blues.
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Over the years, Clapton has played many hit songs. Some of his most popular include “Layla,” a cover of Bob Marley’s “I Shot the Sheriff,” a cover of Bob Dylan’s “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door,” and “Wonderful Tonight.” He is widely regarded as one of the top five best guitarists of all-time, having been named to lists by Time magazine and other major news outlets. With this success there’s been a lot of difficulties. He’s battled addiction and the loss of family members, but he is still one of the biggest names in rock. He’s won numerous awards over the years, and he’s a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He is the only three time inductee there, having been inducted in two different groups and as a solo artist.
If you’re looking for tickets to Eric Clapton’s upcoming show, then you need to grab them fast. This is one show that is likely to sellout. Clapton is a living legend and if you’re a rock fan, seeing him play in concert should definitely be a life goal of yours. There’s no telling when his next tour will be, so grab tickets now and see him play.