Peter Frampton

The Les Paul Foundation, whose mission is to honor and share the life, spirit and legacy of Les Paul through generations has announced the annual Les Paul Spirit Award in partnership with Gibson Gives, the philanthropic division of Gibson.

Grammy Award-winning guitarist Peter Frampton will be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s Class of 2024. Frampton, whose nomination marked his first appearance on the ballot to be considered for induction, will be amongst those honored at the ceremony in Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse in Cleveland this fall. “This is something I never expected,” shares Frampton. “I am overwhelmed that I will be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, especially alongside so many incredible artists who have gone before me. I can’t thank everyone enough for voting for me.

Personally overseen by Peter Frampton, his legendary 1976 live album, Frampton Comes Alive!, has been mixed in immersive Dolby Atmos®, allowing fans to experience the best-selling album like never before. It is available to stream now on Apple Music, Amazon Music Unlimited, and Tidal via A&M/UMe—stream it here.

Grammy Award-winning guitarist Peter Frampton is amongst the nominees for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s class of 2024. The nomination marks the legendary musician’s first appearance on the ballot to be considered for induction.

“That’s really great!” says Peter. “Wait, you mean I’m not already in the RRHOF!?”

Renowned blues-rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa and Grammy-winning legend Peter Frampton have teamed up to release a powerful new version of Humble Pie's "Four Day Creep." This new rendition, available on all streaming platforms via Joe Bonamassa’s own J&R Adventures label, is a testament to the enduring power and influence of classic rock.

To celebrate his 60th year of touring, Grammy Award-winning guitarist Peter Frampton confirms new spring dates on “Never EVER Say Never Tour.” Fresh off the heels of his nationwide headline run this year, the 2024 tour will see the legendary artist playing at venues across North America, including a stop at Los Angeles’ Greek Theatre.

The last time that any member of the original Humble Pie set foot on Ludlow Avenue in Cincinnati was in November 1969, when that then-fledgling British hard-blues-rock band was touring the U.S. for the first time. And when the band played that year at the famed but short-lived Cincinnati ‘underground’ music venue, The Ludlow Garage, they did a two-night stand as one of two opening bands for The Kinks.

The classic late-‘60s blues-rock band Humble Pie held their first rehearsal – back in mid-January 1969 – at the family home of their then-newly-recruited, 17-year-old drummer Jerry Shirley. The four shaggy-headed musicians – three of whom had to sneak into the neighborhood and house in disguise, due to their local celebrity – squeezed their amps and Shirley’s small drum kit into his parents’ living room. Very domestic, very humble! But more important, a turning point in rock music history.

Following his nationwide run of summer tour dates, Grammy Award-winning guitarist Peter Frampton will continue the Never Say Never Tour with a string of November shows. The tour kicks off in Louisville, Kentucky at The Louisville Palace and includes stops at Austin, Texas’s Moody Theater, Birmingham, Alabama’s BJCC Concert Hall, Nashville, Tennessee’s Ryman Auditorium and more.

It seemed like Deja Vu at the Arlington Theatre in Santa Barbara, California, on August 16th, 2023, as 73-year-old Peter Frampton hobbled onto the stage with a cane and swiftly took a seat for the remainder of his concert. Last year, the 83-year-old legendary singer Tom Jones took the stage in the ornate Spanish-themed theater in much the same way.

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