In a two-hour tour-de-force boasting a repertoire that spanned nearly 90 years, Eric Clapton finished the second night of a two-night stand in Los Angeles on Wednesday (3/9) with plenty of gas in the tank.
Eric Clapton is wrapping up the last few dates of a brief North America tour in support of his new album, "Clapton." The outing launched in Vancouver late last month, and has hugged the West Coast since. Tomorrow (3/8), he will perform the first of two back-to-back shows at the Gibson Amphitheater at Universal CityWalk in Los Angeles.
Eric Clapton, who is scheduled to play more traditional sets during a quick West Coast run in March, is now set to return to North America in April to play a series of Jazz at Lincoln Center concerts with Wynton Marsalis.