Eric Clapton’s Final Goodbye? Remembering The Musician’s Incredible Stage Performance Before Special Shows in New York

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A couple of years ago, lovable Eric Clapton discussed in an interview that he will probably retire from touring after the age of 70. Although he won’t stop creating music, but after 50 years on the road, his getting a bit tired and rightfully so. This week Clapton announced two special performances that will held in New York’s Madison Square Garden at the beginning of May. Only days later he will head on to The Royal Albert Hall in London for an incredible seven nights spree.  Will these be Clapton’s great last moments on stage? Will have to wait and see.

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On his website, The Clapton crew wrote: “Eric Clapton announced today two concert dates in celebration of his upcoming 70th birthday on March 30, 2015. The shows will take place at New York’s famed Madison Square Garden May 1st and 2nd, 2015. This will mark the 46th anniversary since Eric Clapton, with the band Cream, opened the “new” Madison Square Garden on November 2, 1968. Clapton has performed more times at Madison Square Garden than any other U.S. venue, a total of 45 times. The show will feature Eric, accompanied by his band members Paul Carrack, Steve Gadd, Nathan East, Chris Stainton, Sharon White and Michelle John, with opening support act Andy Fairweather Low and the Low Riders”.