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Following four successful Caribbean voyages—and a fifth sold out for early 2019—Keeping the Blues Alive Foundation, Joe Bonamassa, and Sixthman, in partnership with AEG Presents, are proud to present Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea: Mediterranean, sailing August 16-21, 2019, from Barcelona, Spain to the idyllic ports of call of Monte Carlo, Monaco and Valletta, Malta. Interested Fans are encouraged to pre-register now at bluesaliveatseaeurope.com for the best selection of staterooms during pre-sale.

After a successful tour together last year, classic rockers and long-time friends Steve Miller and Peter Frampton return on the road together again for some summer shows.

Legendary guitarist Peter Frampton and The Steve Miller Band are on the road together again, adding new U.S. dates throughout the summer, in addition to their previously announced Canadian run. Frampton has also confirmed select headline dates this spring—see below for full routing details or visit www.frampton.com.

The reissue of Fingerprints from legendary guitarist Peter Frampton is out today via his own imprint Phenix Phonograph. Originally released in 2006, Fingerprints won the 2007 Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Album and Frampton’s cover of Soundgarden’s “Black Hole Sun” off the album was also nominated for Best Rock Instrumental Performance. The album is also available on vinyl for the first time.

Classic rock music fans descended on the Greek Theatre located in the hills above Hollywood, Thursday, August 10th, for a show by veteran rockers Steve Miller and Peter Frampton.

The video for “I Saved A Bird Today,” the new song from Grammy-Award wining guitarist Peter Frampton, is premiering via NPR Music, who hail, “Frampton’s most recent recordings have recast the singer-guitarist as a gentler acoustic chronicler of life, but his softly accented charm and charisma remain intact.” The video was made by the dreambear production company and animators Antonio Corral and Manuel Casares. Watch here.

When Steve Marriott left the Small Faces (Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Class of 2012) to launch a new band in 1968, expectations were high. Marriott teamed with 18-year-old guitarist Peter Frampton, already a U.K. star through his work with The Herd, along with bassist Greg Ridley from Spooky Tooth, and 17-year-old drummer Jerry Shirley, who Steve Marriott had used as a session player for Andrew Loog Oldham’s Immediate Record Label. Humble Pie recorded four albums and several singles before achieving its U.S.

The Warren Haynes Christmas Jam, an annual event to benefit Habitat for Humanity, brings some of the top musical talent in the world to the beautiful mountain city of Asheville, NC.  This year the lineup stretched further beyond its traditional jam band focused roster to include such musical greats as Jackson Browne and Peter Frampton

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