Eric Clapton is previewing a performance of “Cocaine” his new concert film, “Live At The Royal Albert Hall”, which will debut in cinemas worldwide on September 14.
Subtitled “Slowhand At 70”, the project captures the guitar icon during his 7-show run at the famed London venue in May in honor of his 70th birthday in March.
The series of shows also marked Clapton’s 50 years in the music business and more than 200 performances at The Royal Albert Hall.
The cinema event will also include a special featurette filmed exclusively for theater audiences. Presented by Paul Gambaccini, it features interviews with Clapton associates Paul Carrack, Andy Fairweather Lowe and Chris Stainton, as well as journalists Hugh Fielder and Paul Sexton.
Cinema listings and showtimes for “Eric Clapton: Live At The Royal Albert Hall” are available at ericclaptonfilm.com
Written by J.J. Cale, “Cocaine” originally appeared on his 1976 album, “Troubadour”, before Clapton recorded it for his 1977 release, “Slowhand.”
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