Peter Frampton to Reissue Grammy-Winning 2006 Album ‘Fingerprints’ with First Vinyl Release

Peter Frampton to Reissue Grammy-Winning 2006 Album ‘Fingerprints’ with First Vinyl Release

In 2006, Peter Frampton won a Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Album with Fingerprints, and on January 26, 2018 the record will receive a full reissue in commemoration. Released via Frampton’s own imprint Phenix Photograph, Fingerprints will be made available for the first time on vinyl with this reissue. A truly diverse and eclectic […]

Ringo Starr’s New Album ‘Give More Love’ Out in September; Stream Title Track from Star-Studded LP

Ringo Starr’s New Album ‘Give More Love’ Out in September; Stream Title Track from Star-Studded LP

Today, Beatles legend Ringo Starr celebrates his 77th birthday – happy birthday, Ringo! The man formerly known as Richard Starkey has also taken the opportunity to announce an anticipated new solo album, Give More Love, which will be released on September 15 (with vinyl coming a week later). Give More Love finds Ringo getting by […]

Gary Wright Q&A: ‘Dream Weaver,’ ‘Ring of Changes’ and Friendship with George Harrison

Gary Wright Q&A: ‘Dream Weaver,’ ‘Ring of Changes’ and Friendship with George Harrison

Talk about better late than never. 44 years since it was recorded, Gary Wright‘s 1972 album, Ring of Changes, finally saw release a few months back. And upon listening to the album, one is puzzled why Wright’s label, A&M Records, buried such a strong commercial release which had sat in the archives for more than four decades. Consummate musicianship […]

Top 11 Bald Rockers

Top 11 Bald Rockers

“Fortunately, it doesn’t seem to have made a lot of difference to my audience that I’m as bald as a billiard ball!” – James Taylor It’s inevitable that many rockers who have carved out decades-long careers will go bald. So what? That wavy hair may have waved goodbye but the music is just as vibrant. […]

Peter Frampton: ‘Acoustic Classics’, George Harrison Sessions, Stolen Guitars and More (Q&A)

Peter Frampton: ‘Acoustic Classics’, George Harrison Sessions, Stolen Guitars and More (Q&A)

The music business is often a fickle and unforgiving beast, rewarding some with their “15 minutes” of fame before snatching it away. Peter Frampton had his “it” moment as an artist flying high on the unprecedented worldwide success of his 1976 album, Frampton Comes Alive, which rocketed his profile dramatically. Once playing small theaters, he […]

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