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Clapton, Winwood Headed For Japan

11:01 AM Wednesday 6/8/11 | |

Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood still can’t find their way home, preferring instead to play 12 dates in Japan this fall.

The Blind Faith comrades will launch their tour of Japan in Sapporo and wrap it up with a multi-night stand in Tokyo.

The tour begins at Sapporo’s Hokkaido Prefectural Sports Center Nov. 17, plays the Yokohama Arena and spends two nights in Osaka, playing Castle Hall Nov. 21 and Osaka –Jo Hall Nov. 22. Other stops include Fukuoka (Nov. 24); Hiroshima (Nov. 26); Kanazawa (Nov. 28) and Nagoya (Nov. 30) before rolling into Tokyo for four nights at Budokan Hall Dec. 2-3 and 6-7.

General onsales begin June 24 via promoter Udo’s website (translation may be required). For more information, visit EricClapton.com and SteveWinwood.com.


Comments

  1. Studebaker Hawk wrote:

    08:34 PM, Jun 10, 2011

    I thought that song was about being too stoned to find your way home;not about a Japan tour? Just kiddin'! Nice that Clapton kicked drugs long ago though.



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