Peter Frampton has finished his Frampton Comes Alive 35th anniversary tour. He's got big plans for next summer. The rock 'n roll superstar will join a number of superstar guitarists for three weeks next August. The first one to sign on is B.B. King. The others will be announced soon. Frampton says, "I'm so honored. I can't wait to speak to him [B.B. King] and thank him."
Player is set to release their first new album in nearly 20 years later this winter. Too Many Reasons is set for a February 26th release on Frontiers Records and will feature two of the group's founding members, Peter Beckett and Ronn Moss. There'll be a dozen new songs written by Beckett, along with a re-boot of their biggest hit, Baby Come Back, which hit the top 10 in 1978.
Glen Campbell may not not played his last concert after all. After an Associated Press story hinted that Glen could resume his Goodbye Tour in 2013, his publicist has said, "Glen has done over 100 shows in the past year. Right now he's taking a break and we're going to see how he feels. There is a possibility that he will be going out and doing some shows as long as he's able to. I wouldn't be surprised." We hope to see one of our favorite superstars out on the road next year!
Steve Miller has officially announced his first leg of tour dates for 2013. He will wrap up this year in Canada and New York state before heading to Florida in February, then New Zealand and Australia in March. 2013 will mark the 40th anniversary of the break through hit for The Steve Miller Band, 1973's The Joker.