Clapton's 2011 Royal Albert Hall Residency: Night 2
Eric Clapton's second night at the Royal Albert Hall saw the master musician make some changes to the set list: adding Tell The Truth, bringing back Before You Accuse Me after a one night absence, dropping I Shot The Sheriff and re-arranging the order a bit. Lots of first timers at the RAH are checking in with their thoughts on the venue, calling it "simply amazing," "a great room with a great vibe" and "small, intimate, majestic and of course, Royal." One fan sent this brief message via their iPhone shortly after the show ended, "A good night (when isn't it at the Albert?), but I wish EC would break out some tunes from his most recent album, which was brill!" Full length fan reviews will be added to the 2011 Tour Archive for 18 May as they arrive.
Show number three at the Royal Albert Hall happens Friday 20 May 2009 with concerts continuing through 1 June. Andy Fairweather Low and The Low Riders will open for Eric Clapton on all dates at the venue.
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Eric Clapton & His Band
18 May 2011 - Royal Albert Hall (Show #2)
01. Key To The Highway
02. Tell The Truth
03. Hoochie Coochie Man
04. Old Love
05. Tearing Us Apart
07. Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out
08. Still Got The Blues (Gary Moore)
09. Same Old Blues (JJ Cale)
10. When Somebody Thinks You're Wonderful
13. Wonderful Tonight
14. Before You Accuse Me
15. Little Queen Of Spades
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