Clapton started the day with a guitar in his hands, completing emcee Bill Murray's comic attempt to play "Gloria" and introducing the first act, Louisiana guitar great Sonny Landreth. Clapton helped Landreth close his set with "Hell at Home" and spent most of the day at the side of the stage, talking to the other performers, hanging out with his wife and children and taking pictures. He later came joined Sheryl Crow, Albert Lee and Vince Gill's band for Danny Flower's "Tulsa Time."
The Gill set was also among the day's highlights, encompassing his own songs as well as appearances by Crow ("If it Makes You Happy" and "Strong Enough" with Krauss and Union Station's Jerry Douglas), the fast-picking Lee and Willie Nelson. This should actually read Nov. 6th.