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Peter Frampton To Rock Conan's Late Night TV Show Tonight

02/29/2016
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(hennemusic) Peter Frampton will perform as the musical guest on TBS' late night talk show Conan on Monday, February 29. The guitarist is promoting his just-released album "Acoustic Classics", which sees him deliver reinvented, unplugged versions of many of his best-known songs and one brand new tune, "All Down To Me."

On the record, fans will hear stripped-down takes on Frampton classics like "Show Me The Way", "Wind Of Change", "Do You Feel Like I Do" and "Baby, I Love Your Way."

"The approach I took on this was that each song came across as if you are the first person to hear this song after I wrote it," says Frampton. "I had to reverse engineer each song in order to get this result, which I feel I achieved."

Frampton will support the project with a new leg of his Raw unplugged tour when it kicks off in Tucson, AZ on March 9. Read more here.

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