As the driving force behind Cream, Blind Faith and Derek and the Dominoes, Clapton took the classic blues rock sound to new heights. But strip away the distortion, the fuzz pedals and the megawatt amps, and you’re left with some of the most gorgeous songwriting and musicianship of the classic rock era. Now you can enjoy unplugged versions of Clapton’s unforgettable songs by Spiros Soukis and Hendrik Helmer as they play “Layla” and other Clapton-penned love songs in this special acoustic guitar tribute at Club Bonafide in NYC. Soukis, a native of Greece, is a well-known blues man, performing regularly at B.B. King’s and other top clubs. He’s joined by Helmer, a guitarist and songwriter who’s played with luminaries like Carly Simon and Paul Shaffer, and recently made his Carnegie Hall debut.