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Clapton 2011 Dates

10:01 AM Monday 9/13/10 | |

We have plenty of fresh Eric Clapton dates in the U.K. as Slowhand preps for a September album release.

The name of Clapton’s new album is, well, Clapton. Co-produced by Doyle Bramhall II, the album features collaborations with J.J. Cale, drummer Jim Keltner, bassist Willie Weeks and keyboardist Walt Richmond plus guest appearances by Steve Winwood, Wynton Marsalis, Sheryl Crow, Allen Toussaint and Derek Trucks. With tracks covering everything from traditional brass bands to country blues plus originals, Clapton drops Sept. 28.

  • Eric Clapton

    Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati, OH
    June 30, 2010

    (Scott Legato / RockStarProPhotography.com)

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The first 2011 date is the O2 Dublin May 9 followed by Belfast at the Odyssey Arena May 10; Glasgow S.E.C.C. May 12; the Cardiff International Arena May 14 and London’s Royal Albert Hall May 17-18 and 20-21.

Clapton’s band lineup for the run includes drummer Steve Gadd, the aforementioned Weeks on bass, Chris Stainton on keyboards and Michelle John and Sharon White on backing vocals.

For more information, click here for the Eric Clapton website.


Comments

  1. Southern Boy wrote:

    08:04 AM, Sep 23, 2010

    Saw him when he came to Orlando on the last leg of the tour.  He didn't really say much, but i didn't go to hear him talk

  2. oblonsky wrote:

    08:11 PM, Sep 19, 2010

    every time i've seen him he's always been very humble and grateful. he thanks the audience after nearly every song.

  3. oblonsky wrote:

    08:11 PM, Sep 19, 2010

    every time i've seen him he's always been very humble and grateful. he thanks the audience after nearly every song.

  4. jdwaring wrote:

    11:29 AM, Sep 16, 2010

    To tell you the truth thats what I love about him.  He shuts up and plays.  He doesn't get political, tell jokes or stuff like that.  Just plays guitar and sings which is what I am there to see.

  5. clapton7 wrote:

    05:49 PM, Sep 13, 2010

    Well, Clapton never talks alot onstage. I think he appreciates people who come to the shows, he's just not the kind to get overly excited.

  6. Trainarollin wrote:

    12:28 PM, Sep 13, 2010

    Seeing Clapton back in February and he showed ZERO gratitude to the audience I would never pay to see him again.