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Family Members of Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker & Jack Bruce, Along With Glenn Hughes, to Recreate Cream

by VVN Music

Just a few days after the children of the Brothers Gibb announced the Gibb Collective, saluting the music of the Bee Gees, another group of family members is out to recreate the music of another classic band.

Kofi Baker, the son of Ginger Baker, Malcolm Bruce, the song of Jack Bruce, and Will Johns, the nephew of Eric Clapton are coming together to tour "The Music of Cream: 50th Anniversary Tour". Plus, to add just a little more rock to the proceedings, they are being joined by special guest Glenn Hughes.

Each has their own background in the music business:
  • Kofi Baker first performed with his father on TV at the age of 6. As an adult, he has played with Tom Jones, Jack Bruce, Steve Marriott, Uli Jon Roth, Vinny Appice, Vinnie Moore and his own father. 
  • Malcolm Bruce started performing professionally at the age of 16 and has played with Little Richard, Elton John, Eric Clapton, Dr. John and Joe Satriani.
  • Will Johns is the son of engineer Andy Johns and has performed with Joe Strummer, Ronnie Wood, Jack Bruce and Bill Wyman.
  • Glenn Hughes, of course, has been in Trapeze, Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Black Country Communion, California Breed and with many other solo artists. 
At this point, there are only dates scheduled for Australia and New Zealand but, with success, the tour will hopefully expand to the rest of the world.  

The dates:
  • 05/23 - Melbourne, Australia - Hamer Hall
  • 05/25 - Sydney, Australia - State Theatre
  • 05/26 - Perth, Australia - Concert Hall
  • 05/29 - Brisbane, Australia - QPAC Concert Hall
  • 05/31 - Wellington, New Zealand - Opera House
  • 06/01 - Christchurch, New Zealand - Isaac Theatre Royal
  • 06/02 - Auckland, New Zealand - ASB Theatre