Eric Clapton is considered as one of the most influential guitarists of all time. A ubiquitous player, Clapton has excelled as a solo artist, and lead guitarist for few other Rock Hall of Fame inducted bands. He began his career with The Yardbirds, a Hall of Fame inductee, and later formed the power trio Cream with drummer Ginger Baker and bassist Jack Bruce. After his stint with Cream, he joined Derek and the Dominos, recording the very popular song "Layla". Clapton embarked on his solo career and saw tremendous success with Bob Marley cover of "I Shot the Sheriff" and "Wonderful Tonight". Clapton also has an intriguing personal life, notorious for stealing George Harrison's wife Pattie Boyd, drug addiction, and the unfortunate passing of his 4-year old son.