• Clapping for Clapton

    Aug 3, 2009 6:07 PM by ben

    Although his tour is over, you still have one more chance to see Eric Clapton in performance. It was just announced that he will be performing once again on October 30 at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Concert in New York City. Clapton remains one of the most famous rock singer-songwriters in the world. His rock has always had a tinge of blues in it and he was listed as the 4th Greatest Guitarist by Rolling Stone. You can get Eric Clapton tickets for your chance to see him live! He’s great performing in person, and his recent tour was hailed as one of the best of the year. As good as he is performing solo, he has been branching out and collaborating with various other musicians over the last few years. He performed with the Allman Brothers Band earlier this year during a tribute concert. His last several CDs have been in collaboration with other musicians, including Steve Winwood and JJ Cale. This shows that he’s one of the most versatile musicians in the world, being able to play with so many different kinds of performers. Songs like “After Midnight”, “I Shot the Sheriff”, and “I Can’t Stand It” are what made Clapton famous, but he stays in people’s memories now by playing lots of new music and reprising some of his older songs as well. Make sure to get your tickets today and you’ll be able to see a living rock legend playing his best music live. If you’ve never seen him in concert, you’re in for a treat!