Eric Clapton Tickets & 2021 Tour
Eric Clapton ranks among the most popular rock blues performers touring today, he is certainly among the most famous. His full tour schedule is listed here and the demand for tickets is strong for nearly ever concert on his tour. It's almost impossible to overstate the importance of Clapton on rock history. Affectionately known as Slowhand, he has been in some of the most groundbreaking bands in classic rock. Whether it be as a member of Cream, the Yardbirds or Derrick and the Dominoes, Clapton's work on a guitar is instantly recognizable and always impressive.
Clapton was only in the Yardbirds for a short time, but with him the band enjoyed their first mainstream success with the single "For Your Love." After leaving the Yardbirds, Clapton teamed up with Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker to form Cream. Though the trio was together for little over two years, the band provided some of the best tracks of the late 60s including "White Room," "Sunshine of Your Love" and "Crossroads." Clapton's next stop was with Derrick and the Dominoes, a band he helped form in 1970. The band is perhaps best known for Clapton's impressive guitar work on "Layla". Once Derrick and the Dominoes disbanded, Clapton embarked on what would prove to become an immensely successful solo career. His first big hit by himself was a cover of the Bob Marley classic "I Shot the Sheriff," which eventually reached the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. In 1977 he released the album Slowhand which contained some of his most popular songs including the ballad "Wonderful Tonight" as well as the JJ Cale cover "Cocaine."
In the 80's Clapton's frequently performed with everyone from George Harrison to Tina Turner. His recording prowess returned in the '90s. Clapton released his famous Unplugged live album in 1992, and the record went on to earn him six Grammys. The album is perhaps best known for Clapton's emotional performance of his song "Tears in Heaven," which was written after the death of his four-year-old son. The record also featured some other popular tracks including an acoustic version of "Layla" and a cover of the Bo Diddley classic "Before You Accuse Me." Ever since, Clapton has continued to play his music and tour. Eric Clapton build up a huge fan base over his decades in music, so his concert tickets always seen huge demand whenever he tours. Do not miss your opportunity to see Slowhand perform live on-stage on his 2021 tour dates.