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The Dominos

The History of Eric Clapton

Friday, May 31 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM Doors open at 6:00 PM
The Dominos

The History of Eric Clapton

Special JAX Feed the Need Benefit Night!
100% of ticket sales for this event go to JAX Feed the Need, which serves quality meals to local women's shelters, helping the homeless get back on their feet! What's more, Campus JAX will match all entreés purchased with an additional $12 donation to Feed the Need! You get a great show, and those in need get great meals!

British Rocker Eric Clapton, an 18-time Grammy winner and the only three-time inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, emulated American Rhythm and Blues to become the most commercially successful guitarist of all time. He has toured and recorded with many notable bands including: The Yardbirds, John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers, Cream, Blind Faith, Delaney and Bonnie and Friends, and Derek and The Dominos. His solo recordings have sold over 280 million records. His live performances, supported by Nathan East on bass and Sieve Gadd on drums, continue to sell out worldwide.

Now come The Dominos, authentic American R&B players, with their retrospective on the music of Enc Clapton—and the only Clapton tribute with a guitarist/vocalist who can actually do justice to the Clapton catalogue.

Randell Young his toured and recorded with numerous artists of note including: Canned Heat, Poncho Sanchez, Max Bennett, Alphonse Mouzon, Nicolette Larson, Tony Guerrero, Rob Mullins, Harvey "Harmonica Fats" Blackston, Jeff "Skunk" Baxter (of Steely Dan), Nesbert "Stix" Hooper (of The Jazz Crusaders), Jerald and Julie Harris (of Slapbak), Margot Chapman (of The Starland Vocal Band) and Rusty Cox (of The Dan Band).

As a solo artist he has opened for such luminaries as Larry Carlton, Etta James, Steve Lukather, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Leon Russell, Canned Heat and John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers.

Randell Young's live performances have generated numerous favorable reviews. Los Angeles Times music critic Bill Kohlhaase credits Young with "a tight cosmopolitan sound". KSBR's Infamous Aaron Blackwell assesses Young as a "world-class blues master," while Orange County Register music critic Robert Kinsler touts Young as "a masterful blues player".