Eric Clapton reveals he's losing his hearing and suffering from tinnitus

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Eric Clapton, seen performing at the Forum in September 2017, opened up about his health in a new BBC interview.

The 72 year old said despite this, he's still working. He is the only ever three-time-inductee to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, an 18-time Grammy Award victor, and widely renowned as one of the greatest performers of all time.

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Eric Clapton has revealed that he is losing his singing.During an interview with BBC Radio 2's Steve Wright on Tuesday, the 72-year-old guitar incredible admitted that he's fighting tinnitus, a ringing in the ear usually caused by noise-induced listening to reduction.

ERIC CLAPTON: LIFE IN 12 BARS is directed by Lili Fini Zanuck, director of Rush (1991) and the Oscar®-winning producer of Driving Miss Daisy and produced by multi-award-winning producer John Battsek (Searching for Sugar Man, One Day in September, The Imposter) and is edited by BAFTA-winning editor Chris King (Amy, Senna). It is often a symptom of a more severe condition, such as hearing loss or an ear injury. I mean, I am going deaf, I've got migraines, my hands only about work. "I am going to do a show at Hyde Park in July", he says. While the issue can be age-related or caused by ear injury, it can also be caused by noise-induced hearing loss. "My hands just about work".

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Clapton added, "I'm hoping that people will come along and see me just because, or maybe more than because I'm a curiosity".

Despite the challenges, Clapton is hopeful that fans will still attend his concerts.

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Eric Clapton: Live in 12 Bars is set to premiere on Showtime on February 10, 2018, at 8 p.m. EST. "I understand that is part of it since it truly is unbelievable to myself personally I am here" Clapton is the way from the only stone protagonist afflicted with migraines.

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