Where's Eric! Issue 41 on its way to Subscribers
Where's Eric! Issue 41 is back from the printers. It will begin dropping through U.K. letterboxes around 7 April, but can take a few weeks to reach the more distant parts of the globe. The issue is chock-full of new, exclusive interviews with Buddy Guy, Abe Laboriel, Jr., and Steve Gadd; a 2008 / 2009 concert appearance and guest spot round-up; news from Eric's recent gigs with the Plastic Ono Band and the mini tour with Jeff Beck; plus plenty of previously unpublished photos. Where's Eric! is available only by three issue subscription. Click here to learn how to subscribe to Where's Eric! Magazine.
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Where's Eric! Magazine is dedicated to covering the career of Eric Clapton, past and present, live, studio, band, solo and session work. In continuous publication since 1992, it is currently read by subscribers in 42 countries and is available only by three issue subscription. Produced by fans, for fans, it is now the recognized source for authoritative information about Eric Clapton. Each issue combines sophisticated concert reviews and commentary; rare and unpublished photos; CD, DVD, exclusive interviews with EC and band members and collaborators and more.
Since its launch in late 1997, whereseric.com has become the number one source on the internet for trustworthy news and information about Eric Clapton. Whereseric.com keeps fans updated between issues of the magazine by providing the latest news, tour dates, performance reports, set lists, new release information and more. Whenever EC is on the road, fans can submit their own tour reviews and photos for publication on the website.
Now in its 18th year, Where’s Eric! remains an independent, not-for-profit group run by fans for fans. All staff volunteer their time from family, home and work responsibilities to publish the magazine and present whereseric.com for other fans’ enjoyment.