Eric Clapton and Roger Daltrey are some of the eleven names to be specially commemorated with engraved stones at the Royal Albert Hall.
The Royal Albert Hall is a massive concert hall in London, and all around it you can see numerous stars, just like the ones at the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The Hall was opened in 1871, and until this day, it remained one of the most prestigious concert and performance halls in the whole world.
Eric Clapton is one of the regular performers at the Royal Albert Hall, and he has also performed with his band Cream there. He played at the venue more than 200 times, as a solo act and with Cream.
And Roger Daltrey also performed there, with his former bands The Yardbirds, and The Who. They even managed to be banned from the Royal Albert Hall, way back in 1972, because of their wild behavior.
This time, Daltrey was all peachy, smiling and posing with Clapton, while holding their stars!