Eric Clapton Documentary Hitting Theaters This MonthThe film explores Clapton's difficult childhood and struggles with substance abuse, as well as his role in shaping the rock landscape.
Eric Clapton Wonders if the Guitar is 'Over'My belief in music is it’s all good. It’s all good. Even stuff that doesn’t appear to be so, it’s all good," Clapton said.
U2's Adam Clayton Addresses Alcoholism at MusiCares Award Ceremony"I'm an alcoholic, addict, but in some ways that devastating disease is what drove me towards this wonderful life I now have."
Eric Clapton's Triumphant Return to the Stage at Madison Square GardenIf Clapton is still dealing with peripheral neuropathy issues, you couldn't tell by watching him play.
Eric Clapton Announces 4 Additional U.S. ShowsHe'll be playing NYC and L.A. in September.
Eric Clapton: The Best Song from Every AlbumFeel free to argue with us, though.
Wilco, Local Natives, Whitney - New Noise at Nine. Thursday July 14, 2016Have a look at this week's New Noise at Nine playlist to see which local band treated XRT listeners with a quick little rockin' tune!
Eric Clapton Details Difficulty Playing Guitar, Pain He Lives With"I consider it a great thing to be alive at all."
The Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton Hit the Studio Together: ReportThe meeting of the minds allegedly took place at a London studio.
Eric Clapton "Might Be Saying Goodbye" With Next Album"I kind of might be saying goodbye. But I've been doing that for a while."
Clapton, Aurora, Harper. New Noise at Nine – Thursday March 24, 2016Glyn Johns - you might not know the name, but you sure know his work. He's the engineer / producer / soundhound behind iconic recordings from The Rolling Stones, The Who, Led Zeppelin, and on and on and on. Eric Clapton (who has a birthday next week) tapped Glyn Johns to produce his forthcoming album I Still Do. In honor of Slowhand's 23rd studio album, we start this week's show with "Can't Let You Do It."
Eric Clapton to Release a Live Four Album Vinyl Box SetThe six-piece LP collection will arrive on March 25.