Peter Frampton rocks the DPAC - 10/5/11
The legendary singer/songwriter/guitarist extraordinaire celebrated the 35th anniversary of his classic double LIVE album "Frampton Comes Alive" at the Durham Performing Arts Center to a packed house on October 5th, 2011.    It was a time travel trip as all were transported back 35 years with the most excellent return to classics like "Show Me The Way," "Baby, I Love Your Way," Do You Feel Like We Do," and many more - plus an amazing 2nd set of instrumentals showing off Frampton's thriving guitar prowess.   There were special songs and dedidcations throughout the night, including an acoustic set, the story and song about Frampton's unique "banjolele" instrument, as well as a blazing instrumental version of the alternative/grunge band Soundgarden's "Black Hole Sun" and a touching close to the show with the George Harrison/Beatles classic "While My Guitar Gently Weeps."    No one should've left this show feeling short-changed.   Bravo, Peter Frampton - after all these years - he's still got it.    
As do the screens...
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The sign says it all

Previews on the screen

What's to come!

Frampton takes the stage!

He's still got it!

Happy to be back!

Cool visuals on the screen

Great light show!

Great light show adds to it


Vintage video on the screens

More vintage flashbacks

Pausing between songs

All grins in between songs

So many guitars...

Acoustic solo set

Drumhead reflects the 35th Anniversary

As do the screens...

The legend himself

The hair's gone but not the talent


Almost posing for the camera

Enjoying himself

Gettin' into it!

Singin' and playin' away!

Original bass player returns

Introducing the band

A rockin' spectacle!

Telling a story pre-song...

Frampton's signature 'talk-box' effect

Looking back...

Cool guitar pick

Guitar pick with signature

A classic evening

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