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Blues-rock legend Eric Clapton is heading back out on the road after scheduling concert dates for 2017. Perforning at iconic venues such as Madison Square Garden and The Forum in Los Angeles, Eric Clapton tickets will be selling fast. View the Eric Clapton upcoming schedule below to find out when and where you can see him perform live.

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Sunday
Mar 19, 2017
8:00PM
Eric ClaptonNew York, NY
Madison Square Garden
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Monday
Mar 20, 2017
8:00PM
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Madison Square Garden
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Saturday
Mar 25, 2017
7:00PM
Eric ClaptonInglewood, CA
The Forum - Los Angeles
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Sunday
Mar 26, 2017
7:00PM
Eric ClaptonInglewood, CA
The Forum - Los Angeles
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Monday
May 22, 2017
7:30PM
Eric ClaptonLondon, United Kingdom
Royal Albert Hall
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Wednesday
May 24, 2017
7:30PM
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Royal Albert Hall
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Thursday
May 25, 2017
7:30PM
Eric ClaptonLondon, United Kingdom
Royal Albert Hall
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About Eric Clapton

Eric Clapton

Current Tour:2017 Performances
First Album (solo):Eric Clapton (LP, 1970)
Resources: Official Website
YouTube Channel

At 18, Eric Clapton was recruited to join The Yardbirds with Keith Relf and Paul Samwell-Smith, where he stayed for eighteen months. With the Yardbirds, Clapton recorded his first albums, titled Five Live Yardbirds and Sonny Boy Williamson and The Yardbirds. After leaving the band in 1965, he joined up with John Mayall's Bluesbreakers. The Bluesbreakers recorded the now classic Blues Breakers With Eric Clapton.

In 1966, Clapton left the group to form his own band, which he named Cream. Cream consisted of Clapton on guitar and vocals, Jack Bruce on bass and vocals, and Ginger Baker on drums. They produced a number of albums including Disraeli Gears, the U.S. chart topping Wheels of Fire, and hit songs like "Sunshine of Your Love." Cream lasted two years before breaking up. After the short-lived Blind Faith, Clapton formed Derek and the Dominoes. The band's greatest hit was the classic "Layla," in 1970, but despite the success the band dissolved soon after.

Due to the breakup of Derek and the Dominoes, the death of Jimi Hendrix, and other tragic events, Clapton sank into three years of drug addiction. He re-emerged in 1973 and began a solo career that has lasted for over forty years. Some of the most notable material from this period in Clapton's career includes 1974's chart-topping 461 Ocean Boulevard, the 1977 triple platinum ranking Slowhand, 1983's Money and Cigarettes, and 1994's From the Cradle. Popular songs from Clapton's solo repetoire include "Tears in Heaven," Wonderful Tonight," "After Midnight," and "Change The World."

Clapton has collaborated with numerous other artists, including The Beatles, Frank Zappa, Pete Townshend, Elton John, Jeff Beck and Bob Marley. In 2004, Clapton's created the Crossroads Festival, features artists personally selected by Clapton, in support of his Crossroads Centre drug treatment facility. Recently, Eric Clapton tours have often featured a co-headliner, and in 2010 Clapton toured with Beck and Steve Winwood.