Clapton / Winwood: Live In The Mile High City

Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood and their stellar band of musicians performed in America’s "Mile High City" – Denver, Colorado on 21 June 2009. Jim K, checking in by blackberry from the Pepsi Center noted, "Show started at 8:15 prompt with Clapton and Winwood taking the stage side by side. Tough Luck Blues is quite the gem with brilliant solos between Clapton and Stainton. Laboriel and Weeks are definitely the back bone driving the beat and tempo. Winwood is still simply amazing. His ability to drive beautiful music from the Hammond B3 and Strat is noting short of amazing. Winwood ‘what a real treat to be here and play for you high up in the air’…10 plus minute Vodoo Chile. EC was simply superb. Off at 10:30 simply awesome."

It was also noted that Chris Stainton took a number of good solos in "Well Alright," "Tough Luck Blues," "Layla" and "Cocaine." Once again, Steve took the main guitar solo in "Layla".

There were no changes to the set list at this performance.

Next show happens in Dallas, Texas at the American Airlines Center on 23 June.

Clapton / Winwood Set List – 21 June 2009
Pepsi Center, Denver CO

01. Had To Cry Today
02. Low Down
03. After Midnight
04. Presence of The Lord
05. Sleeping in the Ground
06. Glad
07. Well Alright
08. Tough Luck Blues
09. Pearly Queen
10. No Face, No Name, No Number
11. Forever Man
12. Georgia On My Mind – Steve Winwood solo
13. Driftin’ – acoustic
14. How Long Blues
15. Layla – acoustic version
16. Can’t Find My Way Home
17. Split Decision
18. Voodoo Chile

19. Cocaine
20. Dear Mr. Fantasy

Band Lineup:
Eric Clapton – guitar, vocals
Steve Winwood – vocals, Hammond B3, piano, guitar
Chris Stainton – keyboards
Willie Weeks – bass
Abe Laboriel, Jr. – drums
Michelle John – backing vocals
Sharon White – backing vocals

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