Peter Frampton

Peter’s New Acoustic CD, Acoustic Classics, to be released on Feb 26th!

For the first time ever, Peter brings us stripped down versions of his classic hits including “Lines On My Face”, “Show Me The Way”, “Do You Feel Like I Do” and many more. Acoustic Classics also includes one new song, “All Down To Me”, co-written by Gordon Kennedy, who also co-produced Peter’s Grammy winning instrumental Fingerprints.

Peter will perform “Baby, I Love Your Way" on Conan O’Brien Feb 29th. Peter will also appear DirecTV and AT&T’s new weekly music program, the Audience Network, on March 4th. The programming will be available to both subscribers of DirecTV and AT&T U-Verse and the two platforms’ mobile apps.

Don’t miss out on getting your exclusive Acoustic Classics CD Bundle including an autographed lyric sheet of “Do You Feel Like I Do”, a custom pick set and the new CD! You can preorder it at divider

Bundle includes:
Acoustic Classics CD
Autographed 11x17 Lyric Print - "Do You Feel Like I Do"
Custom Pick Set *artwork not final

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Gibson Custom Launches Limited Edition PF “Phenix” Guitar!

Gibson Custom has announced a collaboration with GRAMMY®-winning guitarist Peter Frampton for a very limited release of the Peter Frampton “Phenix” 1954 “Triple-Pickup” Les Paul Custom. A detailed and extensive replica of Frampton’s storied guitar, the limited run celebrates one of music history’s most unlikely reunions. Each of the 35 “Phenix” guitars in the series have been hand-aged by vintage guitar expert Tom Murphy and played, signed and approved by Frampton himself.

Frampton was introduced to his beloved 1954 Les Paul Custom in 1970 when, after suffering guitar issues on stage during a Humble Pie show, fan Mark Mariana loaned him the guitar. The ’54 Les Paul became an immediate favorite of Frampton’s and Mariana generously gifted it to him. Over the next decade, that very guitar was heard on some of Frampton’s biggest recordings, Humble Pie’s Rockin’ The Fillmore, Harry Nilsson’s Son of Schmilsson and the history making Frampton Comes Alive! as well as many other seminal albums in which Peter was a session player.

The duo separated in 1980 when Frampton’s cherished ’54 Les Paul was lost in a cargo plane crash in Venezuela. Miraculously, the guitar was spotted on stage in Caracas then disappeared to the Dutch island of Curaçao. In 2011, through the cooperation of the government of Curacao and a local luthier from said island, Frampton and his guitar were reunited. Now nicknamed “Phenix,” for its ability to rise from the ashes, the guitar appears with Frampton on stage and in the studio.

In addition to bearing the battle scars of Frampton’s own “Phenix,” each limited edition Gibson Custom model features a genuine mahogany body and neck, an ebony fingerboard, a pearl custom inlay and the ’54 Les Paul Custom holly veneer headstock. The series stays true to the recognizable lamp black finish of Frampton’s guitar and features heavy aging from Tom Murphy, all while maintaining exceptional playability and tone. divider
Peter’s First Ever Acoustic Tour!

Watch this video to see Peter talking about the Acoustic Tour!



Peter's 'Premonition' and 'When All The Pieces Fi't will be re-released on Omnivore Recordings on August 28, 2015. 'Now' will follow on September 4.

Premonition became Peter’s first release to make the BillboardTop 100 Albums in five years. Anchored by the mainstream rock hit “Lying,” the record featured a rejuvenated Frampton and nine solid tracks. He shared production duties with GRAMMY®-nominated producer Pete Solley (the Romantics, Motörhead, Oingo Boingo) and was joined by such highly regarded musicians as Steve Ferrone (Average White Band, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers), Tony Levin (King Crimson), Richard Cottle (Alan Parsons Project), andOmar Hakim (Sting, David Bowie). After Premonition’s release, Frampton joined his friend David Bowie on the latter’s 1987 album Never Let Me Down and its ensuing Glass Spider Tour, another step in his reintroduction to the masses.

Frampton capped off a successful mid-’80s with his tenth studio release, 1989’s When All The Pieces Fit. The album hit the Billboard Top 200, following in the wake of 1986’s Premonition. Co-helming the project with Chris Lord-Alge (Tina Turner, Joe Cocker, Stevie Nicks), Frampton also brought in some new song collaborators, notably the Rembrandts’ Danny Wilde and John Regan. Regan, who’d worked with Frampton since 1979, was also a member of Frehley’s Cometand played on records by Billy Idol, Bonnie Tyler and others. The album’s first single, “Holding On to You,” was co-written by Peter with GRAMMY®, Golden Globe®-, and Academy Award®-winner Will Jennings (“Up Where We Belong,” “My Heart Will Go On,” “Tears in Heaven”).

Now, originally released in 2003, was Peter’s 12th studio release. Proclaiming “I’m Back,” he addressed his longest gap between releases, and offered up a seriously strong collection of material. From riff-filled rockers to shimmering ballads and instrumentals, Now was not only a culmination of what made Frampton a superstar, but showed he was far from done creating. Peter reached back into his history with Bob Mayo (who played in his Frampton Comes Alive!band) on keyboards, and found a new songwriting collaborator in George Kennedy, whose resume includes tracks recorded by Bonnie Raitt, Garth Brooks, Alison Krauss, and a Song of the YearGRAMMY® for Eric Clapton’s “Change the World. divider