This past Tuesday, March 3, Eric Clapton joined Van Morrison onstage for a couple of tunes at London's O2 Arena.
The occasion was the Music for the Marsden charity concert, which aimed to raise money for cancer research. You can see Clapton and Morrison perform two songs from Morrison's most recent album, "Three Chords & the Truth" and "Does Love Conquer All,?" in the fan-filmed video above.
Clapton also performed his own three-song set - consisting of "Key to the Highway," "Stormy Monday" and "Crossroads" - during the concert. You can see fan-filmed video of that particular set below.
Slowhand has been popping up onstage with quite a few of his famous friends in recent months, covering "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" with Peter Frampton back in September, playing eight songs with Hawkwind in December and jamming on Cream and Blind Faith songs at the Ginger Baker Tribute Concert with Roger Waters, Nile Rodgers, Ronnie Wood and others in February.