Eric Clapton’s ‘The Definitive 24 Nights’ Limited-Edition Box Set Details
Since his first time playing The Royal Albert Hall with The Yardbirds in 1964, Eric Clapton has now played the historic venue over 200 times! He still holds the record for the longest run of concerts at the venue. He played 18 concerts in 1990, then broke it the following year with 24 concerts.
To commemorate that record-setting run, Clapton released “24 Nights” in October 1991. But you didn’t get to see everything that was filmed and recorded. And that’s about to change!
Warner is releasing “The Definitive 24 Nights” as either 6-CDs or 8-LPs on June 23. It’s a limited-edition boxed set with almost six hours of live music, and 35 unreleased performances!
Clapton had a revolving door of who’s who come up and play with him on “The Definitive 24 Nights”; Johnnie Johnson, Jimmie Vaughan, Chuck Leavell, Phil Collins, Robert Cray, Buddy Guy, Albert Collins, Nathan East, Greg Phillinganes, Steve Ferrone, Ray Cooper and Jerry Portnoy.