Rock band Cream dominated the Psychedelic rock scene during their 1960s reign. Today, their musically talented family will pay tribute to their legacy, with the band members children hitting the road to perform some of their biggest and most loved hits.
The tribute act consists of Kofi Baker, the son of drummer Ginger Baker, Malcolm Bruce, the son of lead singer Jack Bruce and Will Johns, the nephew of guitarist Eric Clapton. Widely hailed as the worlds first supergroups, Cream comprised of skilful stand alone musicians who were collectively inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1993 and had the world's first platinum selling double album for Wheels of Fire (1968).
Kofi Baker, Malcolm Bruce and Will Johns are all experienced musically and have utilised the gifts passed down from their relatives to perform all over the country keeping the legacy of Cream alive, 50 years on from the bands debut.