Eric Clapton & His Band: News From The Bank Atlantic Center
PHOTOS ADDED!! Eric Clapton played to a packed Bank Atlantic Center in Sunrise, Florida on 11 March 2010. Like previous shows on the short U.S. Tour, it was broken into three sections: electric / acoustic / electric. One fan who checked in soon after the show with Where's Eric! said, "[Eric kicked off] with a rousing version of 'Going Down Slow' but really hit his stride four songs in with 'Old Love' which has always been a real favorite of mine. I have to agree with many of the other reviewers who have commented on Eric's playing as the only guitarist; he seems to step it up a notch when he doesn't have Doyle or Andy in the wings. His solo on 'Old Love' just soared. The standing ovation at the conclusion of 'I Shot The Sheriff' was indication, not only of another outstanding solo, but also that Eric still knows how to please his fans."
Roger Daltrey opened. The tour ends Saturday 13 March, at the Amway Arena in Orlando.
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