One of the most famous rock and blues guitarists of all time, Eric Clapton, has shared a common post on both his Instagram and Facebook accounts today and announced the charity project that his lovely wife Melia McEnery has been working on for a while.
Melia McEnery has met with Eric Clapton at a party back in 1999 when she was just 22 years old. The party they joined had really strict orders about not interacting with any guests. However, Melia still went to Eric to ask for an autograph, and then they went on a dinner date after the first-ever meeting. The couple had married on January 1, 2002, at St Mary Magdalene church.
In her whole life, Melia has worked on several charity movements. Recently, she initiated a single project named ‘Be Here Now’ which features Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks. The whole proceeds of the project will benefit Turn Uf For Recovery foundation which was founded by Melia herself.
As you might already know, Eric Clapton is not such an active social media user at all, and his latest post was sent by him two months ago. Eric took his social media account to praise his lovely wife’s project.
Here is what Eric Clapton wrote about the project:
“Record Store Day Black Friday is coming up on Nov. 27th! Grab a copy of the exclusive 7” single of George Harrison’s song ‘Be Here Now‘ by Doyle Bramhall II feat. Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks.
100% of the proceeds go to Turn Up For Recovery, the charitable movement founded by Melia Clapton to offer hope and spread awareness of abstinence-based recovery through music.”
You can check out the post right below.