One of the most celebrated guitarists in rock history, Peter Frampton was already playing in a band by age 12 and he counted David Bowie among his childhood friends. A prodigy known for his jazz sensibility and good-guy demeanor, Peter evolved through a series of bands in the 1960s and scored several British pop hits before forming Humble Pie with Steve Marriott. And then, of course, the solo career – and “Frampton Comes Alive!”
“Do You Feel Like I Do?” is an inspiring and revelatory memoir, a highly entertaining read for musicians and fans alike with fascinating stories of Peter’s friendships and collaborations with The Beatles, The Who, The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, Stevie Wonder, Eddie Van Halen, B.B. King – as well as David Bowie. And Peter’s early passion and dedication to music help shine a light on the important work of Notes for Notes.
In 2015, Peter headlined the Annual Seymour Duncan Notes for Notes Benefit Concert (shown at left, sharing the stage with a young N4N Nashville player) and has remained a Notes for Notes Advisory Board member ever since – offering signed instruments and artwork to benefit the organization. With warm thanks to Peter for his music, kindness and spirit of giving, we're sending 100% of the proceeds from the sale of his book directly to the Notes for Notes organization.