Geoffrey Giuliano writes and presents this broad overview of the life and musical accomplishments of blues legend Eric Clapton. Giuliano’s bright, clear narration kicks off this audiobiography, and is complemented by a wide variety of interviews with Clapton’s friends, families, and professional contemporaries, each of whom adds an exciting facet to this fascinating portrait of a hugely influential 20th-century musician. With the help of these interviews, Giuliano addresses both Clapton’s early life and his rise to fame, as well as the context of his success and the resounding impact which he and his work have had on modern music.
Of the many living musical icons from the tempestuous 60s, Eric Clapton is perhaps the most enduring and talented. From his early stints with the Yardbirds and John Mayall as well as Cream and Blind Faith, Clapton has proven he is a blues master. Here is the untold story of the little boy from Ripley who rose through the ranks to become a true original.