Eric Clapton New York Tickets
The only person to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame three times is coming to rock you at the Madison Square Garden soon. Yes, you guessed it right, it’s Eric Clapton. The 71 year old English rocker released his most recent critically acclaimed studio record, ‘I Still Do’ last year in 2016. It entered the Billboard 200 at the sixth spot. He is now going on tour to promote it so, if you want to see him perform live then this is your best chance to do just that. Get your Eric Clapton New York tickets in time and enjoy the show.
Legends like Eric Clapton are not born every day. His music has crossed boundaries and has influenced some of biggest names to pick up a guitar including, Sheryl Crow, Van Halen and Eric Gale. He is now heading out on a tour and will soon be making a stop in New York. Grab your concert tickets now to watch him rock you live.
Rocking since the 60’s
It’s been more than half a century since the winner of eighteen Grammy Awards, Eric Clapton arrived in the industry. He launched his iconic career by joining The Yardbirds with whom he recorded a string of hit albums including, ‘Having a Rave Up with The Yardbirds’ which was included in Rolling Stones’ list of the, ‘500 Greatest Albums of All Time.’ He then went on to become a part of many bands including, Cream with whom he churned out a number one hit album called, ‘Wheels of Fire.’
Making his mark as a solo artist
In the 70s, Eric Clapton started rocking solo and came out with his first chart topping record, in 1972, titled, ‘461 Ocean Boulevard.’ It received rave reviews from the critics and was awarded gold certification by the RIAA. He followed that up by releasing many popular records and came out with his twenty third studio effort, ‘I Still Do’ in 2016. The album featured twelve catchy songs. Named by Time as, ‘The 10 Best Electric Guitar Players’ in 2009, Eric is embarking on a tour. You can rock to his collection of hits live at the Madison Square Garden by booking your Eric Clapton New York tickets.