"Peter Frampton" (born April 22, 1950 in Beckenham, Kent) is an English musician, best known today for his solo work in the mid-1970s as an "arena rocker". He originally became famous, however, as a member of The Herd and became a teen idol in Britain. He then worked with Steve Marriott (of the Small Faces) in Humble Pie, as well as on albums by Harry Nilsson, Jerry Lee Lewis, and George Harrison. His solo debut was 1972's ''Wind of Change''.
Peter Frampton is famous for his use of the talkbox in the 14-minute epic "Do You Feel Like We Do", and the shorter "Show Me The Way".
Frampton's solo breakthrough was the six million plus selling album ''Frampton Comes Alive!'' (1976), which included "Do You Feel Like We Do", "Baby, I Love Your Way" and "Show Me the Way". After his follow-up, ''I'm in You'', was released, selling close to 1 million copies, Frampton was involved in a serious car crash in the Bahamas. Upon his recovery, Frampton played a part in the ''Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band''. In the 1980s, Frampton returned to recording, though he has never been able to top the charts since.