from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
PETER FRAMPTON AND JASON BONHAM
Frampton has not lost a beat! Close your eyes and it's Led Zeppelin regarding Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin experience.
Rich from Chicago, Illinois
A LIVING LEGEND
Mr. Frampton did not disappoint last night Northerly Island in Chicago. The man has not lost a step, his solos were frequent, vigorous, and fluid. The humble pie encore was especially rewarding. The opening acts was an average Led Zeppelin cover band, that has the luxury of having Jason Bonham on drums. He is not John Bonham by any stretch of the imagination. But certainly the only one that can claim the name. I would have preferred to hear some original compositions. But I suppose it was better to have seen them then not. It was refreshing the lead singer did not feel compelled to look or present like Robert plant. the guitar player seems to believe he is The Reincarnation of Jimmy Page. Which would be fine if Jimmy Page himself was not Still alive. I could have watched the unassuming and genuine Peter Frampton all night. He seems like a really nice man and it's unfortunate he is ill.
John K from Madison, WI
This guy can play and was emotional - he obviously loves what hes does and so do we! We wish you good health and happiness!
Brian from Minneapolis, Minnesota
GRAND CASINO MAR. 2
In retrospect, the Peter Frampton Farewell Tour (he has a degenerative muscle disease) concert was fantastic. We had seen him before 20 years earlier, and his humor and love of performing are still there. "Do you feel like we do" is more like a religious experience, and just rocked the place. At one point Sarah yelled so loud he got startled and stopped singing for a second, then chuckled, smiling and continued on. When it was over he profusely thanked the crowd with what appeared to be tearing up eyes, then was helped off the stage. Wonderful experience.
from Nashville, Tennessee
Peter Frampton can play one hell-of-a-guitar and his vocals are as good as ever. Hard to believe that he is 70 years young.
Stan Welty from Charlotte, North Carolina
PETER FRAMPTON AND JASON BONHAM LED ZEPPLIN EXPERIENCE
Both were truly outstanding. Loved every minute! Lead singer for Bonham was exceptional too!
Matthew from Niskayuna, New York
What amazed me the most (beside the obvious guitar mastery) was Frampton's vocals. At 69 years old he sounded as clear and crisp as he did on Frampton Comes Alive! in 1976. Just an absolute tremendous performance; Guitar solos that were clear and so professional, musicianship that exceeded all my expectations. Going in to this concert, I knew he was ill; I will pray for his health and continued ability to play. If you are a fan, this is a must see show.
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