One of the most remarkable things about Eric Clapton is the incredible longevity of his career.
Starting with the Yardbirds, then John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers, Cream, Blind Faith, Delaney & Bonnie and Friends, Derek and the Dominoes and then a hugely successful solo career, his artisty has had an indelible impact on pop culture and rock history. Winner of eighteen Grammy awards, he is also the only person to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame three times.
We celebrate this with a nostalgic look into three different eras of his career, with a different look for each, all in one night.
The Sixties: Rock
The band is Cream, the world's first Supergroup.
Some of the songs: Sunshine Of Your Love, White Room, Crossroads
The Seventies: Pop
Clapton starts a solo career after Derek and the Dominoes and Blind Faith.
The songs: Wonderful Tonight, I Shot The Sheriff, Cocaine, Lay Down Sally
The Eighties: Unplugged
Clapton starts a new phenomenon on MTV
The songs: Layla, Tears in Heaven