Peter Frampton – 2014 Concert Schedule
Legendary rock musician Peter Frampton is considered to be one of
the most talented guitarists, and his prolific career has spanned decades. Famous for his talk box guitar effects, and songs
like "Show Me The Way," "Do You Feel Like We Do," and "Baby, I Love Your Way," Peter Frampton is truly an icon. If you've
been a longtime fan of Peter Frampton, then you're in luck, because he is underway on another concert tour. Fans will get
to see the iconic rocker perform at a variety of venues and events this year, including the Wisconsin State Fair Park, the
Crystal Grand Music Theatre, the Wild Horse Pass Hotel and Casino, the Hollywood Bowl, Harrah's Rincon Events Center, and
many more. To see Peter Frampton live in concert, be sure to head over to StubHub to get your tickets before they're all sold
About Peter Frampton
Guitarist Peter Frampton first started to rise to popularity when he played
with the band Humble Pie in the late 1960s. Humble Pie would go on to have a successful career, especially with their album,
"Rock On." By 1971, Peter Frampton was ready to embark on his solo career, and he released his solo debut album, "Wind of
Change," in 1972, which featured guest appearances by Ringo Starr and Klaus Voorman. Frampton followed up in 1973 with his
second album, "Frampton's Camel," and he released his third album, "Something's Happening" in 1974. After he had released
a few studio albums, Peter Frampton really started to make a name for himself with his fourth studio album, "Frampton," which
was released in 1975. The album contains his now classic hits like "Baby, I Love Your Way" and "Show Me the Way." The success
of "Frampton" took it to the number 32 position on the chart, and it was eventually certified gold by the RIAA.
by the popularity of his fourth studio album, Peter Frampton released his phenomenally successful album, "Frampton Comes Alive!"
in 1976. The album became one of the best-selling live albums in the United States, and it has gone on to sell over 11 million
copies worldwide. Songs from "Frampton Comes Alive!" have remained in heavy rotation among classic rock radio stations, and
the album features Peter Frampton's signature talk box guitar effects.
Trailing on the success of "Frampton Comes Alive!"
Peter Frampton released his next album, "I'm In You" in 1977, which quickly hit the number 2 position on the Billboard charts.
The album eventually went platinum, propelled by the success of its title track. Frampton continued to release a number of
albums throughout the years that followed, including "Breaking All The Rules" in 1981, "The Art of Control" in 1982, "Premonition"
in 1986, and "When All The Pieces Fit" in 1989. His 2006 album, "Fingerprints," went on to win a Grammy Award in the category
of Best Pop Instrumental Album. Peter Frampton's most recent album is "Hummingbird In a Box," which was inspired by the Cincinnati
Ballet, and contains the incredible instrumentals that fans have come to know and love from this very talented musician.
Peter Frampton's Breakthrough Album
After embarking on his solo career, Peter Frampton released several albums,
beginning with his debut "Wind of Change." With the release of his fourth studio album, "Frampton," he found massive success,
but this was just the beginning of his legendary career. Peter Frampton's 1976 album, "Frampton Comes Alive!" would prove
to be one of the best-selling live albums in the U.S., and it hit the number 1 spot on the Billboard 200 chart. The album
was selected as the Album of the Year in a Rolling Stone poll, and by the end of 1977, it was still claiming a hold on the
number 14 position on the chart. Peter Frampton continued to dazzle audiences during the decades that followed, and his most
recent album, "Hummingbird In a Box," has likewise been met with praise by fans.
Peter Frampton Trivia
which movie did Peter Frampton serve as the technical advisor and guitar instructor?
Peter Frampton was the technical
advisor for the film "Almost Famous," and he also worked as the guitar instructor for actor Billy Crudup.
If you're a fan of classic rock music, then get ready to see one of the greatest rock musicians ever, Peter
Frampton. His classic hits like "Do You Feel Like We Do," "Show Me the Way," and "Baby, I Love Your Way" have been blasting
from rock radio stations for decades, and now you will get to hear all of his unforgettable songs live in concert. What better
way to experience the music of one of the most popular rock musicians of all time? When Peter Frampton heads to a venue near
your city on his concert tour, you don't want to miss out on his incredible show. Be sure to check out his concert on the