Fresh off a celebrated sideman stint on the star-packed CBS special 'The Beatles: The Night That Changed America,' Peter Frampton will hit the road for a series of summer dates with some other big names.
It's always unsettling to discover that someone has pilfered your belongings, as Peter Frampton discovered earlier this year when his luggage was stolen from the Denver airport. He doesn't have his stuff back, but at least police have caught the culprit.
It's sold a bajillion copies on its way to earning its richly deserved status as one of rock's most classic LPs, but Fleetwood Mac's 'Rumours' has never been given the full-on orchestral treatment -- until now.
You know that old adage about bad things always happen in threes? Well you could say it victimized rocker Peter Frampton 35 years ago today, when the platinum-selling '70s superstar was nearly killed in a car crash while in the Bahamas.
David Bowie's 1987 album 'Never Let Me Down' is considered to be among his worst, but for Peter Frampton, its importance can not be overstated. In a new interview, he credits his time with Bowie, both on the album and its accompanying tour, for helping revive his career.
Peter Frampton loves guitar music, obviously, and he'll get a chance to explore his passion further during the 'Guitar Circus' tour he has planned for 2013. Billboard reports that the musician will welcome several guitar greats, including the legendary B.B. King, during the summer run.
Peter Frampton has enjoyed a busy year releasing and promoting the 'Frampton Comes Alive 35!' live album and DVD and appearing in a popular Buick Verano commercial, but the veteran rocker has even more on his plate as the calendar gets ready to hit 2013 and he spoke with BIG100.3's Lisa Berigan about his forthcoming ballet project and the status of Humble Pie.
Hot on the heels of the 'FCA 35! Tour – An Evening With Peter Frampton' sets that were released earlier this month comes a new offer. Fans now have three "Super Fanpacks" of Frampton's revisiting of his most famous album.