This Saturday celebrate the musical genius of Eric Clapton at Counter Culture, as Chronic Blues Circus and their guests will present to you an evening of blues to commemorate the music of ‘slowhand’.
Born in England in 1945 and raised with Blues in this heart, Eric Clapton became one the most influential musician and the guitarist in history.
With a career spanning over five decades and playing with other greats such as BB King, Duane Allman, Jimmy Page, JJ Cale, John Mayer among many others, Eric Clapton has now become a cornerstone of blues and rock and roll music.
Venerated worldwide for his unique slowhand style of playing and a voice that cut through all the cacophony he is truly a living legend and paying tribute to this musical genius is Chronic Blues Circus, the city’s oldest and established blues band.
About The Chronic
The Chronic Blues band, now called The Chronic Blues Circus, was formed in 1990 with Steve on guitar, Joe on Bass, Ramesh on drums and Peter Isaac on vocals, guitar and harp.
Since then, musicians like Vinoo Mathews, Raveen Pandey, Ananth Menon, Niranjana, Ronnie Johnson, Leo Gerard, Srinidhi Ananthraman, the late Noel Welcome, late Immanuel (Mannie), late Prem Naidu and late Prashant Davidson, Deepak, Phillip and others have kept the band alive.
The band usually plays their own compositions with a few tributes to some of the blues masters who have influenced them
over the years.
The present lineup includes Owen Bosen, Peter Isaac, Miriam and Satvik.