U.S. Tour Starts 16 September ... Share Your Clapton Concert Experience
Eric Clapton's 2006 / 2007 World Tour picks up again in the United States on 16 September 2006 at the Xcel Energy Center in Minneapolis / St. Paul before moving on to 20 cities in the eastern United States and Canada. Stops on the first leg of the U.S. Tour include Chicago, Grand Rapids, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Birmingham, Orlando and Miami. The band will also perform in Toronto and Ottawa on this leg. Other U.S. concerts will be announced at a later date.
Eric's US Tour Band features Doyle Bramhall II and Derek Trucks on Guitar, Chris Stainton and Tim Carmon on Keyboards, Willie Weeks on Bass, Steve Jordan on Drums and backing vocals by Michelle John and Sharon White. The Robert Cray Band will be the opening act.
If you're heading to any of the gigs in the United States or Canada, the WE! Web Team wants to hear from you! Share your Eric Clapton Concert Experience with fans around the world. Simply email the set list, your review, band lineup, even your concert photos, images of the venue or memorabilia like tickets, handbills or posters to Where's Eric! at firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure you tell us your name and city so it can be included with your review. No anonymous reviews or those submitted under a screen name will be published.
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Following the first leg of the U.S. Tour, Eric and the band head off to Japan in November and December. In January and February, Eric will perform in New Zealand and Australia. The World Tour has already stopped in 32 European cities between 5 May and 31 July 2006. It included an extended seven night run at London's Royal Albert Hall. Reviews, setlists and photos from these shows can be found in the Tour Section of this site. And, if your city or country hasn't been announced as a tour stop yet, remember the tour spans two calendar years and will continue into 2007.