Eric Clapton Kicks Off 7 Night Residency At The Royal Albert Hall

Eric Clapton’s current World Tour features a seven night residency at London’s Royal Albert Hall. The first concert was on 16 May 2006. Dates continue through 26 May. The first concert included gems from his back catalog along with more recent tracks from EC’s 2005 CD, “Back Home”.

In the next issue of Where’s Eric! Magazine, there will be full coverage of the always-special Royal Albert Hall gigs. Additionally, the WE! Team will bring fans around the world the details from the European leg of the tour as they hit the road to catch EC in concert.


So Tired
Got To Get Better In A Little While
Lost And Found
I Shot The Sheriff
Back Home (acoustic)
I Am Yours (acoustic)
Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out (acoustic)
Milkcow Blues (EC on electric)
Running On Faith (acoustic)
After Midnight
Little Queen Of Spades (awesome – 13 mins)
Everybody Oughta Make A Change
Motherless Children
Wonderful Tonight
Crossroads (Encore, Robert Cray sits in)

Some quotes from concertgoers:

Tonight’s opener really did see EC come out and literally blow the roof off. – Ian McCormack

Highlights were the usual suspects really – the long, slow blues of Little Queen, the dramatic building solo in Sheriff and the intimate sit-down set which gives the ever impressive Derek Trucks an opportunity to play some beautifully understated slide. – Andy Balcam

‘Little Queen Of Spades’ was for me the highlight of the evening. The blues soloing was mind blowing, showing that no-one can touch him when its flowing, and it sure did. – Mark Allen

Full reviews from this show and all others on the 2006 / 2007 world tour can be find in the tour section of

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