Steve Winwood "Dirty City" single featuring Eric Clapton + watch video

Steve Winwood - Dirty City

Steve Winwood returns on April 28th, 2008 with his new UK single release, "Dirty City", a rousing collaboration with Eric Clapton who plays guitar on the track. It will be the first track to be taken from Steve Winwood's forthcoming studio LP 'Nine Lives' which is released in the UK May 5th.

"Dirty City" will be released digitally, and is one of the many highlights from the new album, written and co-produced by Steve Winwood with Johnson Somerset. An opulent, ambitious single, "Dirty City" is a welcome return for the artist who's widely regarded as one of the most respected and innovative performers of his generation.

Other highlights on the album are many and include "Forget About Him", a joyous and moving six-minute journey through horns, keyboards and world instruments. Alongside "Hungry Man", "We're All Looking", and the captivating track "Secrets" means the album is as consistently strong as it is diverse.

Steve Winwood and Eric Clapton played three sold out nights at Madison Square Gardens, New York in February. Steve and his band will be special guests to Tom Petty on his US tour this summer.

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