Eric Clapton on Jack White and the State of the Record Industry: Exclusive Audio

August 10, 2007 10:25 AM ET

When the Crossroads Guitar Festival came to Chicago at the end of July, Rolling Stone Senior Editor David Fricke sat down for a candid one-on-one chat with the event's founder, Eric Clapton. Over the course of their conversation, the two discussed everything from the guitar as a living instrument to Jack White's impressive knowledge of blues to the future of the record industry. Listen to a bit of the interview here:

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