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.
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.
Grammy-winning guitarist Peter Frampton celebrated the 35th anniversary of his seminal live album 'Frampton Comes Alive!' with a tour in 2011 and again with select dates in 2012. Now the legendary musician will document those shows with the release of 'FCA! 35 Tour: An Evening With Pe…
It’s a band’s worst nightmare, but it’s Buick’s perfect situation. Imagine if you will that you’re getting ready to go onstage and play for a crowd when one of your band members calls in sick. What do you do?