One of the early users of the talk box in rock is also the man behind one of the US’s best-selling live albums. I’m talking about Peter Frampton, of course, and 1976’s Frampton Comes Alive!, of which a surprising three singles hit high on the charts (“Show Me the Way,” “Baby, I Love Your Way,” and 14-minute scorcher “Do You Feel Like We Do”) and still get frequent classic-rock radio play. Frampton is hanging up his ax for good after more than 20 albums, including this year’s All Blues (which debuted at the top of the Billboard Top Blues Albums Chart), because he has a progressive muscle disorder, inclusion body myositis (IBM); $1 of every ticket from his Farewell Tour benefits the Peter Frampton Myositis Research Fund at Johns Hopkins. He’ll be joined by son Julian on this night, with warm-up from Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening.
by Leilani Polk
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