Jeff Beck Replaces Eric Clapton at Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame

It looks like music fans' disappointment regarding Eric Clapton's cancellation performance at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, scheduled to be held on Friday, October 30, will be payed off as a proper replacement is being confirmed. According to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame organizers, another blues guitar legend, Jeff Beck will be the one who replace Eric at the event.

The confirmation about Jeff Beck's inclusion at the event was announced via Rock & Roll Hall of Fame official site, stating that Jeff and his band will be taking the time slot that was originally set for Eric. Not only that, the organizers also stated that at the event, Jeff will be accompanied by special guests, one of them are ZZ Top's guitarist's Billy Gibbons and the other one is a special vocalist that hasn't been revealed as just yet.

Beside Jeff, as it was scheduled before on Friday, which is the second day of the event, the blues guitar legend won't be the only highlight performer that fans can catch as there are also other top notch musicians set to rock the stage that day. Unless there are no last minute cancellation, according to the organizers the show on October 30 will also be featuring the likes of Metallica and U2.

In other news, Jeff himself has previously announced that he will be doing a special performance next year, which is performing two special shows with Eric at the O2 Arena in U.K. Jeff and Eric are scheduling two special performances on February 13 & 14 that will definitely rock out the crowd there, the double show itself happens due to the constant request Jeff and Eric had after their successful previous show in Japan last February.

written by Dewa Nugraha

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