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REVIEW: The Music Of Cream: 50th Anniversary Tour – Aotea Centre, NZ, 2 June 2017

Source: www.13thfloor.co.nz

“Classic rock is alive and well, even if the originators are not”

REVIEW: The Music Of Cream: 50th Anniversary Tour – Aotea Centre, NZ, 2 June 2017

Source: www.ambientlightblog.com

“Delving further in to the roots of Cream, we are treated to a thumping version of Cream’s cover of Blind Joe Reynold’s Outside Woman Blues. Taunts from the crowd follow, someone from the balcony shouting at Will Johns to set his guitar on fire – who responded with; “do you have any lighter fluid?”

 

PREVIEW: The Music Of Cream: 50th Anniversary Tour – The Times, April 2017

“The Sixties rock supergroup Cream is being reborn with the band’s relatives. Kofi Baker, a drummer like his father, Ginger, and Malcolm Bruce, son of the late bassist and singer Jack, are going on tour to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Fresh Cream, the band’s debut album. The second0generation is completed by Will Johns, nephew of the former Cream guitarist Eric Clapton. Glenn Hughes, who played bass and sang with Deep Purple, and the guitarist Robben Ford will share the stage with them in a series of concerts in Australia and New Zealand in May and June”