Eric Clapton Cancels Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Performance

Blues guitar legend, Eric Clapton announced a disappointing news for music fans especially for those who prepares to attend the prestigious Rock & Roll Hall of Fame event, scheduled to be held on October 29 & 30. This bad news was stated via Eric's official website, revealing that the cause for the cancellation was because of the guitar master's health condition.

According to the guitarist's website, Eric will do a minor medical procedure for gall stone and because of it he will need a rest for a while so the guitar legend opted to rest at his home in U.K. after the medical check up. Because of the cancellation, via his official site, the "Tears In Heaven" hit maker, stated his apology for not being able to perform at the event, however he promises that he will still fulfill his 2010 tour schedule as plan.

At the Rock & Roll hall of Fame itself, Eric was actually scheduled to perform on the second day only, which is at October 30. On the event, set to be held at the Madison Square Garden, NY, the guitar master was supposedly share the stage with other great musicians such as Metallica and U2.

Meanwhile, aside from the supposedly performing at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Eric himself also had a bigger agenda next year in terms of shows and touring. As previously reported on February 2010 Eric will be making another special tour with his guitar virtuoso friend, Jeff Beck, and according to the recent schedule they will be playing two special shows at the O2 Arena, U.K. on February 13 and 14.

written by Dewa Nugraha

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