These guitar heroes are heading to a cinema near you, if you live in America.
For those of you who didn’t manage to get to Crossroads – Eric Clapton’s guitar-fest – you needn’t fear, as the legend himself will be taking footage from the festival and making it available to his fans via the medium of cinema.
You'll find Clapton, Bb King and Jimmie Vaughan at Crossroads
'Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival 2013' will feature edited highlights of these guys in action (take a deep breath): The Allman Brothers Band, Blake Mills, Booker T., Buddy Guy, Derek Trucks, Doyle Bramhall II, Eric Clapton, Gary Clark Jr., Gregg Allman, Jeff Beck, John Mayer, Keith Richards, Keith Urban, Los Lobos, Robert Cray, Sonny Landreth, Vince Gill and Warren Haynes. And relax; now that’s a lot of strings!
"NCM Fathom Events is thrilled to bring audiences the concert event of the summer as Eric Clapton and the world's best guitarists combine for an unforgettable night in cinemas across the country," said Dan Diamond, senior vice president of Business Development of NCM Fathom. "The Clapton Crossroads Guitar Festival has long been one of the premiere events in music, and communities of fans nationwide will enjoy the ultimate concert experience on the big screen with amazing sound and front row seats."
Keith Urban and Dan Aykroyd at Crossroads
Clapton’s vision for the event, which sold out due to the popularity of both its creator and the performers, was to create an event where his friends and contemporaries can have fun and perform together – all for a good cause. The film will be shown in almost 500 theaters nationwide so if you missed the real thing, you can be damn sure to catch it now.
Eric Clapton in this cool promo shot for Crossroads
You'll also find John Mayer on the long list of artists
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