The sons of two members of Britain's first supergroup, which included Eric Clapton, are to follow in their father's footsteps as they perform at The Concorde Club. 

It was nearly 60 years ago that Cream began their star studded, albeit short journey, from the club, then squeezed into the back bar of the old Bassett Hotel in Burgess Road, Southampton.

It was one of the iconic band's first gigs and they went on to sell more than 15 million records worldwide.

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Legendary drummer and one of rock's first rock hell raisers, Ginger Baker, bassist Jack Bruce and sole surviving Cream bandmate and guitar god Eric Clapton, laid musical tracks which are permanently entwined in rock history.

Now their musical heritage is living on through the Sons of Cream, Kofi Baker, who has got dad Ginger's drumming DNA and Jack's son Malcolm Bruce, multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter, plus guitarist Rob Johnson.

Between them, the talented duo have appeared with Eric Clapton, Roger Waters, Nile Rodgers and Tom Jones.

Sons of Cream, with guitarist Rob Johnson, will take centre stage at The Concorde Club, now in Stoneham Lane, on July 30.