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Following his critically acclaimed new album Thank You Mr Churchill, and his successful 35th Anniversary Tour of his multi-platinum selling live album Frampton Comes Alive!, Grammy-winning guitarist and songwriter Peter Frampton will play a rare UK concert at the London Camden Roundhouse on Tuesday 5th November.
This special one-off UK concert will see Frampton performing songs from his extensive catalogue. FCA! 35: An Evening with Peter Frampton, a live 2DVD, Blu-ray and 3CD set of the 35th Anniversary of Frampton Comes Alive! was released last November by Eagle Rock Entertainment. On the DVD, Peter performs the best selling live album in its entirety along with a second set including songs from his Grammy-winning career.
Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday 26th April from www.kililive.com, 0844 871 8803 or 0844 482 8008.
Peter Frampton is a Grammy-winning guitarist and songwriter best known for his 1976 multi-platinum selling live album Frampton Comes Alive! which spawned the hit singles Show Me The Way, Baby, I Love Your Way, and Do You Feel Like We Do. Frampton will perform these songs at the upcoming Roundhouse show, plus songs from his extensive catalogue, including Humble Pie.
"It's like a breath of fresh air after listening to one particular version," says Frampton about the reissue of Humble Pie's Rockin' The Fillmore live album. "The beauty of it is that you get three completely different performances of most of the songs. It's great to hear Steve Marriott's banter from all of the shows. We've lived with 'It's really been a gas!' for 40-odd years, and now there's more."