Peter Frampton told us that for his newly published memoir, Do You Feel Like I Do?, writing a “tell-all” about his heady rise to stardom was the last thing he wanted.
Frampton isn’t shy about talking in depth about his musical career — including once-in-a lifetime sessions with George Harrison, Ringo Starr — and the Who’s John Entwistle.
- Last fall, Peter Frampton wrapped his North American farewell tour and returned to such hallowed venues and Madison Square Garden and the Forum in L.A. — arenas he hadn’t played in 40 years.
- Frampton was forced to quit the road upon discovering he’s suffering from a degenerative muscle disease called Inclusion-Body Myositus (IBM), that slowly weakens the body’s muscles.
- Back in April, Frampton reluctantly scrapped his final European tour dates due to the pandemic.
- Last year, Peter Frampton released the album, All Blues, which debuted at Number One on the Billboard Blues Albums chart.
- Among the album’s special guests Larry Carlton, Sonny Landreth, Steve Morse, and Fabulous Thunderbirds frontman Kim Wilson.
- Frampton currently has three new albums in various sates of completion; a full-on instrumental set, a solo acoustic album, and an all-blues collections featuring outtakes from the recent All Blues chart-topper.
CHECK IT OUT: Peter Frampton on February 14th, 1976 performing “It’s A Plain Shame” live in Passaic, New Jersey: