Peter Frampton was born in England in 1950 and the musician Peter Frampton began his career with the bands Humble Pie and The Herd. He is the most famous in his hit Frampton Comes Alive. He had over 10 million copies sold by 1998, insisting that it was the biggest selling rock album in history. Most of his albums are considered the most proven successes in Frampton’s career.
The singer, songwriter and guitarist Peter Kenneth Frampton was born on April 22, 1950, in Beckenham, England. Frampton, who grew up in a traditional middle-class family, is a genius of music that teaches guitar playing at the age of seven. In the next few years, he acquired complex jazz, blues and locklifts.
Frampton spent the early teens playing in a band such as The Little Ravens, The Trubeats, George and The Dragons (group with up and coming musician David Bowie). In the end, Frampton turned his attention to Bill Wyman (The Rolling Stones), manager of The Preachers.
Under the direction of Wyman, 16-year-old Frampton became lead guitarist and singer of the popular pop band The Herd in 1967. In 1969, Frampton decided to leave The Herd after being adored by I Love To Love with a hit single like “From the Underworld” and “I do not want to die.” In 1971, Frampton decided to go on strike alone, despite the positive reaction to the albums “Town And Country” (1969) and “Rock On” (1970).
Frampton was married three times. In 1970, he met his first wife, former model Mary Lovett. Later, in 1973, I filed for divorce. He continued to marry Barbara Gold in 1983 and divorced after 10 years of marriage. Frampton and Gold have two children. In 1996 Franiam married Christina Elfs. The relationship lasted nearly 15 years, but Frampton applied for divorce in 2011. In the divorce, the couple negotiated the custody of a 15-year-old daughter.
Professional: Singer, Guitarist
Birth Date: April 22, 1950 (age 68)
Birth Place: Beckenham, Kent, England