Cinemas across the globe are to show a special Eric Clapton film celebrating the legendary musican’s 70th birthday and 50 years in the music business.
Clapton has sold over 50 million albums, is the first artist to play more than 200 shows at London’s legendary Royal Albert Hall and the only three time inductee to the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame.
His musical talent has been recognised with the award of 18 Grammys.
Eric Clapton: Live at the Royal Albert Hall is billed as an “experience to remember” with a line-up of classic songs and fan favourites from throughout his career – from the Mississippi blues of Robert Johnson that originally inspired him, through Cream, Derek & the Dominos and the many highlights of Clapton’s long solo career
Audiences will also be treated to a “career-defining playlist” that includes ‘Layla’, ‘I Shot the Sherriff’, ‘Tears in Heaven’, ‘Wonderful Tonight’ and many more.
As well as the live performance, the cinema showing will include a special documentary featuring interviews with renowned musicians Paul Carrack, Andy Fairweather Lowe and Chris Stainton.