Details: This poster shows Eric Clapton playing a guitar while wearing a Hawaiin shirt.
Eric Patrick Clapton is a british singer, songwriter and guitar player, raised in Surrey by his grandparents and began playing the guitar at age 13. He joined The Yardbirds in 1963, and stayed with the band for two years, a recorded the hit "For Your Love," and in 1966 formed Cream with Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker. Cream's top hits included, "Sunshine of Your Love," "White Room," and "Crossroads." They split up in 1968. In 1970 he recorded the album Layla and Other Love Songs with the group Derek and The Dominos. The album included the monster hit "Layla," as well as the songs, "Nobody knows you when you're down and out," and "Bell Bottom Blues." Clapton is noted for experimenting with blues and reggae. Some of his other hit songs include, "Tears in Heaven," "Wonderful Tonight," "I Shot The Sheriff," "Cocaine," "Change The World," and "My Father's Eyes." He has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hallof fame three times, as a solo artist, as a member of The Yardbirds and as a member of Cream.