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Peter Frampton Age, Height, Bio, Parents, Wife, Net Worth



Peter Frampton

Peter  Frampton, an English-American guitarist, singer, and songwriter, was born on 22 April 1950 in Beckenham, Kent. He attended Bromley Technical High School, where his father was a teacher and head of the Art department. Frampton became interested in music at seven years old and taught himself to play banjolele, guitar, and piano. At eight, he began taking classical music lessons.

Peter Frampton Age

He is 73 years old as of 2024.

Peter Frampton Height and Weight

He stands 1.72 meters tall and weighs 72 kilograms.

Peter Frampton Nationality


Peter Frampton Biography

Frampton was influenced by late 1950s and early 1960s rock acts such as Cliff Richard & the Shadows, Buddy Holly, Eddie Cochran, the Ventures, Jimi Hendrix, and the Beatles. His father introduced him to the recordings of French gypsy jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt.

By age 12, Frampton played in a band called the Little Ravens, playing with David Bowie and George and the Dragons. At 14, he joined the Trubeats and later the Preachers, which later became Moon's Train. Frampton's parents were concerned about his son playing late-night gigs while at school, so Alex Brown, a member of The Preachers, met his parents to show that the band members were responsible people.

In 1966, Frampton became a member of the Herd, scoring several British pop hits. He was named “The Face of 1968” by teen magazine Rave. In 1969, Frampton joined Steve Marriott of the Small Faces to form Humble Pie. He also did session recording with other artists, including George Harrison, Harry Nilsson, Jerry Lee Lewis, and John Entwistle's Whistle Rymes in 1972. Pete Drake introduced him to the “talk box” guitar effect.

After four studio albums and one live album with Humble Pie, Frampton left the band in 1971, just in time for Rockin' the Fillmore to rise the US charts. He remained with Dee Anthony (1926-2009), the same personal manager that Humble Pie had used. Later in his career, Frampton found significant success as a solo artist, releasing several albums, including his breakthrough album, Frampton Comes Alive! (1976), which earned 8× Platinum by the RIAA in the United States.

Peter Frampton Parents

Owen and Peggy had Peter Kenneth Frampton in Beckenham, Kent, the United Kingdom. His father, Owen Frampton, was a teacher and the head of the art department at Bromley Technical High School, where Frampton had previously attended as a young student.

Peter Frampton Siblings

He also has a brother Clive Frampton.

Peter Frampton Wife

He has been married to Tina Elfers since 13 January 1996. They have one child. He was previously married to Barbara Gold and Mary Lovett.

Peter Frampton Children

has three children from three separate marriages. He first married Mary Lovett in 1972, divorced in 1976, and filed a lawsuit against Penelope McCall in 1978. He then married Barbara Gold in 1983, had two children, and married Tina Alfers in 1996. They had a daughter, Mia Frampton, and a stepdaughter, Tiffany Wiest. Frampton filed for divorce in 2011.

Peter Frampton Net Worth

His estimated net worth is around $35 million as of 2024.

Peter Frampton Career

, a renowned musician, began his career at the age of 12 in the Little Ravens band. He later joined the Trubeats and Preachers bands, becoming a member of the Herd. In 1969, Frampton joined Steve Marriott of the Small Faces to form Humble Pie. He recorded sessions with artists like George Harrison, Harry Nilsson, Jerry Lee Lewis, and John Entwistle's Whistle Rymes.

Frampton went solo in 1971, releasing his debut album, Wind of Change, in 1972. His best-selling live album, Frampton Comes Alive!, in 1976, was certified Gold and became the top-selling album of 1976. The album won a Juno Award in 1977 and was ranked No. 3 in a 2012 Rolling Stone poll.

Frampton's career faced setbacks, including a near-fatal car accident in 1978 and a near-fatal car accident in 1978. He returned in 1979 to record Where I Should Be, Rise, and Breaking All the Rules. In 1982, he re-signed with A&M Records and released his Grammy Award-winning Fingerprints.

Despite his albums generally meeting little commercial success, Frampton continued to record throughout the 1980s, achieving a brief comeback in 1986 with Premonition and the single “Lying”. He also collaborated with David Bowie and played on his 1987 album Never Let Me Down.




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