Peter Frampton Pushed The Envelope On New Album

04/25/2014
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(Classic Rock) Peter Frampton's upcoming album Hummingbirds In A Box contains material written for a ballet company, he's confirmed. The seven-track record, due for release on June 23, is based on live pieces he performed with the Cincinnati Ballet in April 2013.

Frampton says of the release: "Writing for dance was a wonderfully freeing experience. There were no boundaries - we were able to push the composing envelope."

The album launch is preceded with a live performance in New York, where the ballet company will dance to the new studio versions of the compositions.

It's his second collaboration with Gordon Kennedy, after the pair worked together on Frampton's Grammy-winning 2006 release Fingerprints. more on this story

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