In his first tour since last year’s historic and heralded Cream reunion, Eric Clapton is selling out arenas across Europe and revisiting songs from throughout his legendary career, including these early 70s tracks and rarely played Derek and the Dominos masterpieces: Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad, After Midnight, Let It Rain, I Shot the Sheriff, Cocaine, Bell Bottom Blues, Motherless Children, and Layla. The touring band features Doyle Bramhall II on guitar, Willie Weeks on bass, Steve Jordan on drums, two keyboard players and a full horn section, plus newly recruited Allman Brothers Band slide guitarist Derek Trucks (whose name came from the Derek and the Dominos LP). Special Guest Robert Cray has been joining in for a 4-guitar rendition of the Robert Johnson classic Crossroads. Don’t miss this chance to see three-time Rock N’ Roll Hall of Famer and 16-time Grammy Award winner Eric Clapton in another exhilarating concert tour. The sole appearance in Dallas will be on February 28 at the American Airlines Center.
Opening Act: Robert Cray