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Eric Clapton is today probably the greatest living blues guitarist and the most enigmatic. The product of a broken home in wartime Britain, Eric was raised by his grandmother, Rose, who encouraged his early love of music. Drifting through a succession of local groups, the young Clapton first became successful in the legendary Yardbirds, later joining John Mayall's Bluesbreakers and then Cream before moving, in the late sixties, to the short-lived super-group, Blind Faith, and on, in the seventies, to a stunning solo career. Never content to rest on his laurels, Clapton has continued to develop his talent, working with The Beatles, Delaney and Bonnie, Pete Townshend, Sting, and many other top performers. A string of broken love affairs, years of dependency on drugs and alcohol and the tragic death of his son, Conor, have caused Eric Clapton truly to live the blues.
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For more than thirty years the name Eric Clapton had represented virtuoso guitar playing and the very best in popular rhythm and blues. He is still as vital and creative as ever and music fans everywhere can hope for many more great songs, great recordings and great performances.About the Author:
Giuliano is a top international celebrity biographer, record producer, actor, and popular culture authority. He can be heard on the Westwood One Radio Network and has created best-selling audio recumentaries for Durkin Hayes Publishing KRB Music, and Jerden Records.
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