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Based in Los Angeles, Whipped Cream authentically captures the incendiary live energy and vitality Cream produced in the 1960s. The band consists of JT Curtis as Eric Clapton, Adam Kury as Jack Bruce, and Stephen Quadros as Ginger Baker.

JT Curtis plays Eric Clapton. His guitar playing is juxtaposed with his ability to mimic Clapton’s mannerisms and to incorporate his own wild energy into the mix. As a singer, JT’s voice is surprisingly similar to Clapton’s, whether he’s singing leads or supporting harmonies. Adam Kury (also plays with Candlebox) plays Jack Bruce. His bass carries just as much thunder and melody as Bruce’s did in 1968 and Kury can wail out the same operatic lead vocals that are still missed today… until now! Stephen Quadros (also plays with Mike Penera) IS Ginger Baker. His drum solo in “Toad” is a show within itself, always ending with thunderous applause. There are simply no words to describe Quadros’ epic drumming, it has to be experienced in the flesh.

Who was Cream? - Cream is one of the greatest bands of the psychedelic 60s. Formed in London in 1966, featuring a young Eric Clapton on guitar, Cream released some of the most exciting classic rock songs of their time: “White Room,” “I Feel Free,” “Badge,” and the unforgettable “Sunshine of Your Love.” Their live performances were even better. WHEELS OF FIRE set the bar for live recordings with Eric Clapton’s incendiary guitar solo in “Crossroads” Jack Bruce’s wailing vocals in “Spoonful” and Ginger Baker’s tour de force drum solo in “Toad.” With four studio releases, Cream only survived for a little over two years, but the music they made in that amount of time has left a dynamic mark on rock ‘n roll today laying the pathway for bands such as Led Zeppelin.

So many fans would love to hear the music of Cream played live. So where can one go to see the music of the Cream? Anywhere in Los Angeles, you can see Whipped Cream, the next best thing to the real deal, maybe even just as good.

Whipped Cream captures the true sound of the band back in the 60s. These three virtuoso musicians are fluent in all of Cream’s material (ranging from studio releases to rare live bootlegs) but live, the band instantaneously comes up with new improvisational ideas just as the original band would. The Whipped Cream set list includes the hits: “White Room” “Sunshine of Your Love” “Crossroads” “I Feel Free,” “Badge,” “Tales of Brave Ulysses,” but also includes the epic jams in “Spoonful” “I’m So Glad” “Toad” and many others. Whipped Cream is a sure fire pleasure for anyone who loves Cream, Eric Clapton, or just great music in general.

The three musicians, Curtis, Kury and Quadros are also the core of the original Los Angeles Band 7th Sun, incorporating Whipped Cream’s instrumental firepower, gutsy vocals, and incessant energy to produce an original Supernova of Rock ‘n Roll.

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JT Curtis plays Eric Clapton. His guitar playing is juxtaposed with his ability to mimic Clapton’s mannerisms and to incorporate his own wild energy into the mix. As a singer, JT’s voice is surprisingly similar to Clapton's, whether he’s singing leads or supporting harmonies. Adam Kury (also plays with Candlebox) plays Jack Bruce. His bass carries just as much thunder and melody as Bruce’s did in 1968 and Kury can wail out the same operatic lead vocals that are still missed today… until now! Stephen Quadros (also plays with Mike Penera) IS Ginger Baker. His drum solo in “Toad” is a show within itself, always ending with thunderous applause. There are simply no words to describe Quadros’ epic drumming, it has to be experienced in the flesh.

Who was Cream? - Cream is one of the greatest bands of the psychedelic 60s. Formed in London in 1966, featuring a young Eric Clapton on guitar, Cream released some of the most exciting classic rock songs of their time: “White Room,” “I Feel Free,” “Badge,” and the unforgettable “Sunshine of Your Love.” Their live performances were even better. WHEELS OF FIRE set the bar for live recordings with Eric Clapton’s incendiary guitar solo in “Crossroads” Jack Bruce’s wailing vocals in “Spoonful” and Ginger Baker’s tour de force drum solo in “Toad.” With four studio releases, Cream only survived for a little over two years, but the music they made in that amount of time has left a dynamic mark on rock 'n roll today laying the pathway for bands such as Led Zeppelin.

So many fans would love to hear the music of Cream played live. So where can one go to see the music of the Cream? Anywhere in Los Angeles, you can see Whipped Cream, the next best thing to the real deal, maybe even just as good.

Whipped Cream captures the true sound of the band back in the 60s. These three virtuoso musicians are fluent in all of Cream's material (ranging from studio releases to rare live bootlegs) but live, the band instantaneously comes up with new improvisational ideas just as the original band would. The Whipped Cream set list includes the hits: "White Room" "Sunshine of Your Love" "Crossroads" "I Feel Free," "Badge," “Tales of Brave Ulysses,” but also includes the epic jams in "Spoonful" "I'm So Glad" "Toad" and many others. Whipped Cream is a sure fire pleasure for anyone who loves Cream, Eric Clapton, or just great music in general.

The three musicians, Curtis, Kury and Quadros are also the core of the original Los Angeles Band 7th Sun, incorporating Whipped Cream’s instrumental firepower, gutsy vocals, and incessant energy to produce an original Supernova of Rock ‘n Roll.