Birth Name: Eric Patrick Clapton
Birth Place: Ripley, Surrey, England
Years Active: 1962–present
Genres: Rock Music, Blues-rock, Hard Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Eric Clapton, CBE (born Eric Patrick Clapton March 30, 1945) is an English blues-rock guitarist, singer, songwriter and composer. Clapton is the only person who has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame three times, as a solo performer, as well as a member of rock bands The Yardbirds and Cream. Although Clapton has varied his musical style throughout his career, it has always remained grounded in the blues. In October 1963, Clapton joined The Yardbirds, a blues-influenced rock and roll band, and stayed with them until March 1965. Clapton forged a distinctive style and rapidly became one of the most talked-about guitarists in the British music scene. In March 1965, just as Clapto...
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