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Eric Clapton – I Shot The Sheriff [Crossroads 2010] (Official Live Video)



Watch Eric Clapton perform “I Shot The Sheriff” live from Chicago at Crossroads 2010. Originally written by Bob Marley, Clapton’s version of I Shot the Sheriff appeared on his 1974 solo album, ‘461 Ocean Boulevard.’ It is the most successful version of the song, peaking at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100

Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival 2019 collection captures nearly four hours of highlights recorded live last year at the acclaimed charity music festival founded by the legendary guitarist. Get your copy here:

Eric Clapton, one of the world’s pre-eminent blues/rock guitarists, once again summoned an all-star team of six-string heroes for his fifth Crossroads Guitar Festival in 2019. Held at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas, the two-day concert event raised funds for the Crossroads Centre in Antigua, the chemical dependency treatment and education facility that Clapton founded in 1998.

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  1. Must be close to all time best intro/solo by Eric, just flows, tribute to Marley’s reggae genius, tight band and power backing. We get a look into Clapton’s soul, a brief glimpse of all the pain and tragedy of losing his son, oh what an hero of an Englishman….. makes me so proud to be Scottish, Clapton puts the “Great” into Great Britain! Alex, ex pat in the Norwegian mountains, on a frosty Sunday morning, minus 20 Celsius outside.

  2. His VOICE was GREAT… Playing too…
    STILL think there's 10000's of better pickers though…
    His Tone and Playing were AWESOME, don't get me wrong, but he was NEVER the BEST, or GAWD as I saw one sign in the 60's…
    IE… if Merle Haggard would have WANTED to, his Band COULD have made a version that no one but Bob could touch!!!!
    Love to hear a Young Earnest Tubb and the Texas Troubadors do it!!!!

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