Greg from Seattle, Washington
Frampton was at his best, still a gifted guitarist and entertainer. His love for performing shines though as much as it did 40+ years ago, we were transported back to some clasic Rock n Roll! Loved to see guest performers, Julian Frampton, JBLZE, and others....
John B from San Francisco, California
Peter Frampton has been a shildhood hero of mine since I was 11 years old. My older brother turned me on to him. Then Frampton Comes Alive came out and changed my life. It was as if I became a man. Seeing Pete play live was an honor for me. I tried not to cry ;but, couldnt hold back the tears. I didnt cry when I saw Paul play. I couldnt contain myself for Peter. He was perfect and pretty much without flaw. The guy knows his way around a guitar neck that is for sure. His solos are spot on and his bues set was beautiful. Really great stuff. I hope his situation doesnt get in the way of his playing. He probably wont be performing but I hope he keeps playing. He is a gift to humanity. We are blessed every day he is alive doing his craft. Such enjoyment-thanks Pete.
Di Paulino from San Francisco, California
I saw Peter 45 years ago ( I was two yrs old ha! ) at the Oakland Coliseum Day on the Green, he was the sexiest guy on earth and I'm sure most women would agree. He is still sexy and sweet as Humble Pie. What an outstanding musician, doesn't get better than that. He includes his bandmates and never does he take all the credit, he is a gentleman in every sense of the word. Paid his respects to people passed on in a very respectful and endearing way. Plays for a good 2 hours. The only complaint I have is you couldn't see the screen behind him if you were sitting on the left facing the stage, that was very unfortunate. Bonham is fantastic, his dad was my favorite drummer, now jason is. His band is great too. Very very good show worth every penny. I am so sad to hear he is ill but so grateful he gave us one last night of pure pleasure. Thank you Mr. Frampton!
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