Eric Clapton, Day by Day presents Clapton's professional life in music in a day-by-day format, giving details of which bands he joined and left, all recordings made-both released and unreleased-as well as guest appearances he made on other artists records, and concert tours. Based on years of extensive research from around the globe and interviews with musicians, film directors, producers, and studio engineers, Roberty covers every detail of Clapton's live and studio work in this detailed biography. Volume 1 covers Clapton's early years, offering an insight into how this artist slowly found his own musical identity. Volume 2, to be published in the fall of 2013, will continue the story, covering Clapton's comeback after problematic years of drug and alcohol abuse, and his going on to become one of the world's most respected and admired musicians. With Eric Clapton's 50th anniversary in the music business approaching in 2013, w is the perfect time for this comprehensive biography.
Marc Roberty (London) is an award-nominated author, music journalist, and music historian. Roberty's articles have been featured in Guitarist magazine, Rolling Stone, Best (France), Mojo, The Financial Times, The Independent, and Where's Eric. Roberty also did film and audio research for Eric Clapton Anthology, a documentary.