Winwood and Clapton Perform ‘Can’t Find My Way Home’

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Winwood, Clapton 2007 CrossroadsWe can never give enough love to Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood, two esteemed members of British classic rock royalty.

The two originally recorded the Winwood-penned “Can’t Find My Way Home,” in 1969 as bandmates in the supergroup Blind Faith, which rose out of their previous bands, Traffic and Cream, respectively. (They were joined by former Cream drummer Ginger Baker and bass player Ric Grech. When Blind Faith disbanded after just the one album, Grech joined Winwood in the re-formed Traffic. Got it?)

This performance was from Clapton’s 2007 Crossroads Guitar Festival in Illinois, and also features Derek Trucks and Doyle Bramhall. Clapton and Winwood also teamed up several months’ later for three shows at Madison Square Garden.

Clapton is hosting his first Crossroads Guitar Festival in years in September 2019, and has shows at London’s Royal Albert Hall, as well as in Germany and Austria. He also has a handful of U.S. dates. Tickets are available here.

Winwood doesn’t have any concerts on his schedule. When he does, tickets will be available here.

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  1. littlerock
    #1 littlerock 29 December, 2015, 00:44

    Great song, great collaboration… while Winwood seems to be very comfortable with a guitar I prefer him on the keyboards

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