Oh, this is exciting. We fly to London tomorrow and we're opening up some shows for Eric Clapton in the U.K. I get to play Royal Albert Hall for the first time.
Nick always found solace in music. We're huge fans of classic rock, so he grew up with Cream, the Eagles, Eric Clapton, and of course, Crosby, Stills & Nash. He loved singing along, and it really calmed him. So we decided to put him into music therapy.
There's no way in the world you can play these notes. He was hitting Eric Clapton, he was hitting me, Stevie, Jimi Hendrix. I couldn't even play a radio when I was seven or eight years old! Players like him come along once in a lifetime. I said, 'I need to let the world know about you.'More quotes »
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of acoustic relaxation time and solo after solo. As always, he never missed a note As he celebrates 50 years as a performer, Eric Clapton could be excused for becoming rather set in his ways. Every two years, at the exact same time in May, he's back in the from This Is London Read more »
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