An All-Star Cast Of Rock, Blues & Country Greats Pay Tribute To The Versatile & Influential Icon ERIC CLAPTON!
Includes performances by Artimus Pyle, Cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen, Sammy Kershaw, Molly Hatchet, Kirk Fletcher, The Stooges’ James Williamson, Eric Gales, Rat Scabies, Pat Travers, Arthur Brown, David Sancious, and more!
LOS ANGELES – It’s not often that such a diverse array of artists, from blues to southern rock, punk to country, can be gathered together under a single musical project. But there’s one artist whose career has been so incredibly rich and whose influence has been so extensive as to make such a union possible. Of course, that artist is the brilliant guitarist/songwriter/legendary musical icon, Eric Clapton, who has inspired countless thousands of musicians of all stripes, artists of all colors, and fans of all kinds, including the incredible group of talented friends found on this brand-new set of studio recordings, A Tribute To Eric Clapton.
Available now on all formats including CD and vinyl via Sony/Orchard, A Tribute To Eric Clapton covers all the basis of Clapton’s incredible career, from his early days in The Yardbirds to his stint in the groundbreaking power trio Cream to his time in the folk-influenced Blind Faith and finally to his monstrously successful solo career.
If you’re a fan of Eric Clapton or just a fan of a diverse group of stellar musicians cutting loose on some of the finest tunes in classic rock, don’t miss this incredible album!
A Tribute to Eric Clapton Track List:
- Cocaine – Kirk Fletcher & Brian Auger
- Lay Down Sally – Sammy Kershaw & Albert Lee
- I Feel Free – Arthur Brown, James Williamson & Rat Scabies
- Sunshine Of Your Love – dUg Pinnick & Eric Gales
- Let It Rain – Jack Russell & Sonny Landreth
- Wonderful Tonight – Oli Brown
- Layla – Molly Hatchet
- I Shot The Sheriff – Pat Travers, David Sancious & Artimus Pyle
- For Your Love – Mark Lindsay & Rick Nielsen
- Tears In Heaven – Ana Popovic
- White Room – Graham Bonnet & Snowy White
- Can’t Find My Way Home – Shirley King & Martin Barre