Eric Clapton, the only three-time inductee in the Rock 'n Roll Hall Of Fame is 66 years old today. 'Slowhand' has been inducted for his work with the Yardbirds, Cream, and for his solo career. He has won or shared in 19 grammy awards, including the Lifetime Acheivement award. Over the years, his work has appeared on recording by a diverse array of artists, ranging from The Beatles, to Lionel Richie, Phil Collins and the late Frank Zappa.