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Eric Clapton has performed with other bands and has also embarked on a solo career. He is a singer, songwriter and record producer, and he happens to be astounding with a guitar. Next year's tour will attract many concertgoers who enjoy good music and especially enjoy the guitar playing that can only come from a legend like Eric Clapton. The Crossroads Guitar Festival will be a fitting way to end the guitarist's unique concert performances. Cheap Eric Clapton tickets will likely sell out to those fans who have limited funds but do not want to miss an opportunity to attend a live show by their favorite performer.
Many of Eric Clapton's songs have been featured on television and in films. He has won numerous awards and is the only performer to have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame three times, one time as a solo artist and the other two times as a member of "The Yardbirds" and "Cream." Fans have been waiting for the artist to embark on his next tour, and Eric Clapton concert tickets will be big sellers once they become available to the general public on the 30th of November.
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