Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood: Berlin 2010 Concert Details
Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood performed their second concert of their European Tour in Germany on 2 June in Berlin. Their set list evolved yet again, with "Pearly Queen" replacing "Midland Maniac" at the O2 World Arena. One fan checking in via blackberry reported, "spine tingling versions of Buddy Holly-Blind Faith tune 'Well Alright' and sweet vocal sharing on 'Presence of the Lord' and really great strat lick guitar sharing on 'Had To Cry Today' and 'Crossroads.' Also an amazing 'Driftin' Blues' acoustic and 'Voodoo chile.' Another fan reported their personal favourites were "Pearly Queen", "Tuff Luck," and "Voodoo Chile" and that they enjoyed the show so much, they're taking the fast train to Hamburg to catch the gig on 3 June at Colorline Arena!
Fan reviews for Berlin will be posted on the specially created tour page for the show.
Were you lucky enough to be at the gig in Berlin? Maybe you're taking the fast train to Hamburg too and will be at the gig on 3 June? If so, Where's Eric! wants to hear from you! As always, set lists, fan reviews and photos for each stop on the tour are being published on whereseric.com. Send an email to email@example.com with the following information:
- Show date and venue name
- The complete set list
- Your review
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