Eric Clapton's 1989 Journeyman LP was his first solo album to achieve double platinum sales status. The single, "Bad Love," reached #1 on the Album Rock chart and won Clapton a Grammy for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance in 1990. Songs like "Pretending" (also a #1 hit) and "Before You Accuse Me" still make Clapton's live performance set list.
Clapton and band embarked on an epic two-year world tour to support the Journeyman LP, playing 153 dates without canceling or rescheduling.
Included in this framed collection are a copy of the Journeyman LP, hand-signed by Eric Clapton; an official tour programme, and an official tour poster advertising Clapton's performance for the first time in Chile. Both the programme and the poster are signed by Lee Dickson, Clapton's tour guitar tech of 30 years.
LP signed Eric Clapton
Tour programme and poster signed Lee Dickson, Clapton's tour guitar tech
51" x 29.5"
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