Alongside Jimi Hendrix’s 1967 breakout single 'Purple Haze', The Doors’ unconventionally romantic 1967 song 'Light My Fire' and Steppenwolf’s 1968 smash 'Magic Carpet Ride', perhaps Cream’s hit singles 'Sunshine of Your Love' and 'White Room' can be tagged – without too much argument – as two of the toppermost examples of late-1960s’ AM-radio psychedelia. (Are we leaving anything out? Of course we are! It's a jammed-up list.)
Even for some lucky veteran concertgoers who can wear the T-shirt “I May Be Old but At Least I Got to See All the Cool Bands” and really mean it, the historic, 1960s acid-blues-rock-fusion band Cream may have been one of the few rare birds many of them still couldn’t catch in their original, late-‘60s flight.
Hamish Anderson is a young singer/songwriter striving to keep the blues music genre alive and well. The talented guitarist produces music in the vein of some of the best 60's/70’s Blues rockers like Cream, The Rolling Stones, and even with a nod to Blues-rock legend T Rex. The Australian musician has already wracked an enviable career in the world of American blues music. We recently chatted about his bright career, the pandemic challenge to live performances, and his plans for the future.
We've rescheduled the tour! See you in September.
With the concern of general health safety, The Music of Cream performance originally scheduled for March 19th, 2020 at the Boulder Theater has been rescheduled. The new date will be Friday, September 4th, 2020. All tickets from March will be honored. Refunds will be available at the point of purchase if you can't make it. Thank you for understanding.
The Music of Cream, the pedigree of hallowed '60s trio Cream: Kofi Baker (Ginger Baker's son), Malcolm Bruce (Jack Bruce's son) and Will Johns (Eric Clapton's nephew), have announced an exciting new tour for 2020. Honoring the legendary band's landmark album Disraeli Gears, the 40-date North American outing will feature Disraeli Gears performed in its entirety followed by a set of additional hits and rarities from Cream, Clapton, Blind Faith and more.
Fifty years since their earth-shaking debut album, the bloodlines of that hallowed trilogy come together to pay tribute to Cream's legendary four-album reign over the psychedelic frontier of the late 1960s. Kofi BAKER (son of Ginger) and Malcolm BRUCE (son of Jack) unite with Will Johns (nephew of Eric and son of Zeppelin/ Stones/ Hendrix engineer Andy) to unleash the lightning that electrified a generation.
Ginger Baker's son Kofi Baker and the pedigree of hallowed '60s trio Cream collectively known as The Music Of Cream - Jack Bruce's son Malcolm Bruce and Eric Clapton's nephew Will Johns - have issued the following words on today's passing of legendary drummer, Ginger Baker.
From Kofi Baker (drums):
The pedigree of hallowed '60s trio Cream - Ginger Baker's son Kofi Baker, Jack Bruce's son Malcolm Bruce and Eric Clapton's nephew Will Johns - return to the United States this spring for a new leg of The Music of Cream - 50th Anniversary World Tour. The outing celebrates the extraordinary music and legacy their family members created on the heels of the 50th anniversary since the original lineup's farewell U.S.
VNUE, Inc. (OTCQB: VNUE) will hit the road with The Music of Cream - 50th Anniversary World Tour as the exclusive tour merchandiser, and will be recording all shows starting October 2 for immediate release as Limited Edition, individually numbered CD sets and instant digital download via VNUE's set.fm proprietary web and mobile (iOS & Android) platform, leveraging the 14 years of experience with "instant live" pioneer and exclusive licensee DiscLive Network.