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Widely considered one of the world’s all time greatest guitarists and known amongst his peers as a great collaborator, Eric Clapton announced today a major U.S. tour culminating in his fourth Crossroads Guitar Festival presented by Chase. The Festival, which has become legendary in its own right for hosting performances and impromptu collaborations from the world’s most legendary guitar players, will take place April 12-13 for the first time at New York City’s famed Madison Square Garden. See full listing below of artists performing.


(Note: Two Different Nights of Music. Not All Artists Will Perform Both Nights)

Albert Lee

Allan Holdsworth

Allman Brothers Band

Andy Fairweather Low

BB King

Blake Mills

Booker T

Brad Paisley

Buddy Guy

Citizen Cope

Dave Biller

Doyle Bramhall II

Earl Klugh

Eric Clapton

Gary Clark Jr.

Jeff Beck

Jimmie Vaughan

John Mayer

John Scofield

Jonny Lang

Keb Mo

Keith Urban

Kurt Rosenwinkle

Los Lobos

Quinn Sullivan

Robbie Robertson

Robert Cray

Robert Randolph

Sonny Landreth

Taj Mahal

Vince Gill


Clapton has assembled an impressive band for the 2013 U.S. dates which will consist of long-time touring partners: Doyle Bramhall II (guitar), Steve Jordan (drums), Chris Stainton (piano and keyboards), and Willie Weeks (bass), along with newcomers Paul Carrack (organ and keyboards) and Greg Leisz (pedal steel guitar). Michelle John and Sharon White will join the touring band again as backing vocalists. The tour will also feature special guests, The Wallflowers. Please check local listings for ticketing information.


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