2011 – ‘Frampton Comes Alive’ is celebrated on This Day in Rock Music History!

2011 – ‘Frampton Comes Alive’ is celebrated on This Day in Rock Music History!

Peter Frampton, the legendary British guitarist, and founding member of Humble Pie and The Herd, kicks off the 35th Anniversary UK Tour of his iconic multi-platinum album Frampton Comes Alive, performed in its entirety, along with highlights from his Grammy Award winning career, at the Manchester Bridgewater Hall on Friday 11th November.

 

Frampton’s milestone double live album, which has sold over 17 million copies worldwide, will be performed in the UK for the very first time in its entirety in the UK at the following venues:

 

Manchester Bridgewater Hall                    Friday 11th November

Cambridge Corn Exchange                           Saturday 12th November (SOLD OUT)

London HMV Hammersmith Apollo       Sunday 13th November

Birmingham Symphony Hall                       Tuesday 15th November

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall                        Wednesday 16th November

 

Featured in the Guinness Book of Records as the biggest selling double live album of all time, ‘Frampton Comes Alive’ includes the hit singles ‘Show Me The Way’, ‘Do You Feel Like We Do’, and ‘Baby, I Love Your Way’, along with highlights from Frampton’s extensive album catalogue.

 

Read the full press release and download hi res photos: www.noblepr.co.uk/Press_Releases/meanfiddler/PeterFrampton.htm.

 

For review tickets and photo passes, please contact:

Peter Noble and Will Taylor at Noble PR Consultancy

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