Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood at Jobing.com Arena

Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood at Jobing.com Arena

Clapton began his career with the bluesy stylings of The Yardbirds and then segued into John Mayall's Blues Breakers. In his days with Cream, he slid headfirst into psychedelic rock and later even touched on reggae. To Winwood's credit, he led a similar trek, dabbling in the blue-eyed soul of the Spencer Davis Group and psychedelic rock with Traffic. Both musicians, who boast an ample body of solo work as well, eventually collaborated, along with drummer Ginger Baker and bassist Ric Grech, on the self-titled Blind Faith album, mixing their influences to create yet another Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame-worthy sound...full story


Clapton began his career with the bluesy stylings of The Yardbirds and then segued into John Mayall's Blues Breakers. In his days with Cream, he slid headfirst into psychedelic rock and later even touched on reggae. To Winwood's credit, he led a similar trek, dabbling in the blue-eyed soul of the Spencer Davis Group and psychedelic rock with Traffic. Both musicians, who boast an ample body of solo work as well, eventually collaborated, along with drummer Ginger Baker and bassist Ric Grech, on the self-titled Blind Faith album, mixing their influences to create yet another Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame-worthy sound...full story
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