Paul McCartney and Wings lead guitarist Laurence Juber reimagines Derek and the Dominos' Layla

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Laurence Juber reimagines Derek and the Dominos' "Layla" at the Turning Point Cafe, Pierpont, NY, October 12, 2006, written by Eric Clapton and famed drummer Jim Gordon

To read an exclusive and wide-ranging 2012 interview with Laurence Juber, featuring additional photos, visit

In it, Juber remembers the thrill of performing in front of an audience for the first time when he was six years old, why his goal was always to master the guitar, how he handles the constant travel, and examines his current one-man stage show...

Fingerstyle guitarist Laurence Juber exemplifies a committed musician who still has plenty left to do. A former member of one of rock aristocracy's most powerhouse groups, Paul McCartney and Wings, Juber was content to share the limelight.

But after McCartney terminated the hugely popular band in 1981, Juber made the crucial decision to pack his bags and depart London for America. The talented artist eventually became an in-demand session guitarist, playing with George Harrison and appearing on hit records such as Jennifer Warnes and Bill Medley's ubiquitous duet, "[I've Had] The Time of My Life."