Published: Sat, January 13, 2018
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Eric Clapton has revealed that he's 'going deaf' in a new interview

Eric Clapton has revealed that he's 'going deaf' in a new interview

The appearance came a day after Clapton told BBC Radio 2 in an interview that he is "going deaf", has tinnitus and that his hands "just about work".

In addition to his hearing-loss issues, Clapton, 72, alluded to nerve damage that has at times hampered his ability to play guitar, noting, "My hands just about work". "I understand that is part of it since it truly is wonderful to myself personally I am here" Clapton is the way from the only stone protagonist afflicted with migraines.

Though the guitarist, 72, still sounded as sharp as ever on his 2016 album "I Still Do", he has said that eczema, among other challenges, have made it more hard to perform at his best.

The musician's only scheduled 2018 show so far is the July British Summer Time Fest in Hyde Park.

Despite the challenges, Clapton is hopeful that fans will still attend his concerts.

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Legendary guitarist Eric Clapton revealed Tuesday (January 9) that he is losing his hearing and was diagnosed with tinnitus. "You know the only thing I'm concerned with now is being in my 70s and being able to be proficient".

"I think my past is probably my greatest asset because I can show some people, that are interested, that it's an option to drink like that", he added.

"CLAPTON IS GOD". With these words graffitied across London Eric Clapton became the ultimate guitar hero.

"Its hard to sit through because it goes on so long about the hard part of my life". It truly is similar to a redemption concept. "If you're gonna...see it, be prepared for a heavy ride".

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