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The last date listed for Peter Frampton at the Wiltern LG was Saturday September 30, 2006 / 8:00pm.
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Featured review from Cheryl S.
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This was a top-rated show. I truly enjoyed this event. There was a lot of reminiscing going on with some of the old tunes that Peter played, as well as the new tunes. Peter's voice is just as good as it has ever been and he truly enjoys the audience and interacts throughout his entire show. The opening band was very good as well. This was definitely a time to remember and I am grateful for the opportunity to have experienced the guitar playing of Peter Frampton live and in living color!
Rock n’ Roll icon and guitar hero Peter Frampton will perform live at The Wiltern LG at a busy time. In addition to his solo tour, he released an all-instrumental album, Fingerprint, through A&M/New Door Records September 12th, and will also play a brief swing of orchestral dates, kicking off with a June 24th show with the Cincinnati Pops orchestra.
Peter Frampton ruled FM radio during the 70’s, and remains both a fixture at AOR stations and on the concert trail. His arena rock touchstone, Frampton Comes Alive!, is one of the best-selling live albums in history. His shows continue to draw fans of all generations, including those for whom classic hits like, “Show Me The Way,” “Do You Feel Like We Do,” and, “Baby, I Love Your Way,” are an aural soundtrack as well as those who are hearing them for the first time. Frampton’s renowned fret-work has also made him a consistently soughtafter session player. He has contributed to projects by George Harrison, David Bowie, Nilsson and more.