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Peter Frampton Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts

Peter Frampton

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Jan 3–7, 2023

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David
April 8th 2024
Great show as always. Peter is one of the very best guitarists out there. The best of the best! His voice is great as a young man of 25 years old. His band is great also and they are great compliments to each other. I have seen him several times and he is always great. That is great that he is out there entertaining us in his current medical condition.His show lasted over 2.5 hours with no breaks and the sound level was perfect. I truly believe that Peter is a very caring compassionate person also. Vote for him to be in the Rock Hall of fame . Peter Frampton should have been in the rock hall 40 years ago. Go see him you won’t be disappointed at all!
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Peter Frampton Biography

Peter Frampton (born 22 April 1950 in Beckenham, Kent) is a British musician, best known today for his multi-platinum selling solo work in the mid-1970s when he was an "arena rocker". He originally became famous, however, as a young member of psychedelic era band The Herd and became a teen idol in Britain.

Steve Marriott reportedly wanted to bring the 18 year old Frampton into the Small Faces lineup but when rebuffed, started Humble Pie with Frampton instead.


After touring the US and Europe for two years, he left Humble Pie as the group was gaining popularity because of disdain for Marriott's hard living lifestyle and screaming boogie rock direction. Aside from his work with Humble Pie, other recordings of this era that feature Frampton include albums by Harry Nilsson, Jerry Lee Lewis, and George Harrison.

His solo debut was 1972's Wind of Change, which did not fare well on the charts, and neither did two more efforts, oneunderthe moniker Frampton's Camel. Constant touring though began to create awareness of his talents and 1974's Frampton LP went gold.

He gained lasting international fame by 1976 when his much-loved live album, Frampton Comes Alive! was released. Having built up his reputation on the road, the LP debuted at No. 1 on the charts in January 1976. It was long considered the best-selling live album of all time, moving over 16 million copies worldwide.

In 1978, Peter suffered a near fatal car crash in the Bahamas, which left him with a concussion, muscle damage and broken bones. But in 1979, he released the album 'Where I Should Be', which went gold and produced the hit 'I Can't Stand It No More'.

His extensive use of the Talk Box effect was and still is an integral part of the Peter Frampton experience.

His albums never regained the high chart placements of the 70's era but he has continued his musical career none the less. Among the gimmicks he's employed to maintain interest have been releasing Frampton Comes Alive II, as well as joining Ringo Starr's touring revue, recording two CDs with ex-Stone Bill Wyman and unsucessfully attempting to reunite with Steve Marriott before his death in 1991. Other notable occasions include starring with Bee Gees in a film version of The Beatles Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album and playing with David Bowie on his Never Let Me Down album and tour.

In 2006, Frampton released Fingerprints, a completely instrumental guitar showcase album.

Peter now resides in Cincinnati, Ohio and can still be found playing concerts around the world.
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