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Grammy-winning guitarist Peter Frampton is among the most celebrated artists in rock history. At 16, he was lead singer and guitarist for British band the Herd. At 18, he co-founded one of the first super groups: seminal rock act Humble Pie. His recording session and live performance collaborations include such legendary artists as George Harrison, Harry Nilsson, David Bowie, Dion, Hank Marvin, Ringo Starr, B.B. King, Mike McCready and Matt Cameron, Buddy Guy, and Steve Miller. He worked closely with Cameron Crowe on his Oscar winning film, Almost Famous—as a technical advisor, writing music for fictional band Stillwater and making a cameo as Humble Pie’s road manager. In 2007, he won a Grammy for Best Pop Instrumental Album and in 2014 was inducted into the Musicians Hall of Fame. He received the prestigious Les Paul Innovation Award from NAMM’s TEC Awards in 2019 and his album All Blues was No. 1 for 15 weeks on Billboard’s Blues Chart. In 2020 Frampton was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame, his autobiography debuted on The New York Times Bestsellers list, and his 2021 album saw widespread critical acclaim. Last fall, a sold-out show at London’s Royal Albert Hall was filmed and airs on PBS as part of their Pledge Drive. The numbered limited-edition vinyl box set Frampton@50, featuring three essential 1972–1975 studio releases, is slated for late July. After 46 years, Frampton’s relevancy has not waned in the least.