Peter Frampton will be chatting live with fans on Thursday (January 28th). Frampton, who'll be promoting his bestselling memoir, Do You Feel Like I Do?, posted a message on his social media platforms, which read: "You’re invited! I’m going LIVE on my new TalkShopLive channel next Thursday, January 28th, at 11 a.m. CT. If you want to RSVP for my live chat or buy a signed copy of my book, go to"

Although Frampton's years as the top arena rock act were undeniably a blast, as he aged, He looked back at the "Comes Alive" era in many ways as an isolating runaway train — and far different from the way he handled himself as one of rock's most respected elder statesmen: ["If I was on the front cover of Rolling Stone once, it was twice, it was three times, in a very short space of time. And I'm not saying that being on the cover of Rolling Stone isn't a, sort of, pinnacle of success — and there's been songs written about it. But, all those little things that you learn that you shouldn't had done. . .  Very difficult to be in the middle there. It wasn't a band; it was Peter Frampton. It wasn't Humble Pie; it was Peter Frampton. I didn't have three other guys to talk to about this."] SOUNDCUE (:26 OC: . . . to about this)

Peter Frampton, who's now 70, co-authored the new bio with Alan Light, and explained to us how he approached writing the book: ["My sense of humor comes across and also, I don't stop at a certain point. I tell the whole story when it wasn't so great for me. But I think that was important. I didn't want it to be a book about this relationship, that re. . .  It's about my career. My family come in and out of it, but it's not a book about my life with my family, my children."] SOUNDCUE (:21 OC: . . . family my children)

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