In a Facebook message Peter wrote, “Julian and I are going to write and record together again. I’m really looking forward to doing this. It’s hard to find the words to describe the feeling of making music with one of my children. He’s a great writer, singer, musician and keeps me on my toes. I can’t wait. Rock & Roll!”
Julian Frampton co-wrote Road To The Sun on Peter Frampton’s 2010 album Thank You Mr. Churchill.
Peter has recently relocated to Nashville and his next step is to move his studio to Nashville as well. “At Christmas my son Julian and I are going up to my studio which is still presently in Cincinnati. I will be moving it down to Nashville when I find the right room to set up shop here”.
Frampton’s 1976 double live album Frampton Comes Alive became the biggest selling live album of all-time and was the best-selling album of 1976 in the USA, selling over 6 million copies.
Peter recently released FCA35, a 35th anniversary 2-DVD, 3-CD edition revisiting the original album in concert after 35 years. In 2011 and 2012 Peter toured the world and performed the original set list for the Frampton Comes Alive album in its entirety.
“I have tried to find the best musical performances from as many different countries and cities as possible,” says Frampton. “My MO in choosing these tracks was to make this CD as representative as possible of the entire year of shows. Maybe there’s one you were at, whether you’re from Europe or the US. I’m still going through the 116 versions of Do You Feel… as I write this! I might never want to play it again, so you better pick this CD up just in case!”