You’ll Finally See (And Hear) One Of Eric Clapton’s Greatest Creations… But It Won’t Be Here Long
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This Is Gonna Be Huge!
Eric Clapton is responsible for some of the greatest things ever pertaining to music. As a more-than-deserving 3-time Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame inductee, Clapton has written not only some of the greatest music in the world, but was also the mastermind behind some of the greatest performances and collaborations of all time, and speaking of collaborations, after 15 years, we will finally see what is arguably Clapton’s greatest collaboration ever!
Starting next week, Eric Clapton’s ‘Concert For George’, which was a star-studded concert in honor of George Harrison, held in November of 2002 at London’s Royal Albert Hall will be screened across the U.S. in several theaters everywhere. That being said though, you have to act quickly because each city will have just one opportunity to see it. Click here to get your tickets and see locations and dates for the screenings!
This legendary concert featured such musicians as Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Tom Petty, Jeff Lynne, Dhani Harrison, and many others. This concert was also comprised of some of the most timeless performances of classic songs from these musicians, so you CANNOT miss out on this!