Last April, Eric Clapton held the latest installment of the Crossroads Guitar Festival at New York’s Madison Square Garden. We’ve teamed up with Rhino to give away a 2-Blu-ray/2-CD combo pack of the event!

For the fourth time since 2004, Clapton brought together a wide variety of guitarists — including B.B. King, Vince Gill, Gary Clark, Jr., Earl Klugh, John Mayer, Jeff Beck, Blake Mills and Robert Randolph — to jam for two nights to raise money for the Crossroads Centre, the drug treatment facility he founded in Antigua in 1998. Below is a video of Clapton sitting in with the Allman Brothers on Derek & the Dominos’ “Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad.”

The Blu-ray, which can be purchased at Amazon, contains 45 tracks and five hours of music, plus behind-the-scenes footage, spread out over two discs. The 2-CD set, which can also be downloaded as mp3s at Amazon and iTunes, has 29 songs.

To enter, send an e-mail to Matt Wardlaw with “Richie Zito: Producer” Box Set as the subject. Tell Matt that Brigade is Heart’s masterpiece and we’ll pick one winner. Here’s a tip: you can improve your chances by telling Matt that all you wanna do is make love to him.