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Peter Frampton announces ‘The Positively Thankful Tour.’ Get tickets

Peter Frampton finally received a long overdue Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction.To celebrate, he’s hitting the road.This September, the “Show Me The Way” singer will play nine shows at theaters, performing arts centers, casinos and opera houses all over North America as part of his ‘The Positively Thankful Tour.’That includes stops at New York City’s Beacon Theatre on Thursday, Sept. 12, Albany’s Palace Theatre on Friday, Sept.
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Listen to Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour, Pete Townshend, Brian May and more’s star-studded cover of Mark Knopfler’s ‘Going Home’: “It brings you to tears”
Mark Knopfler’s re-recorded version of his song ‘Going Home’ has been shared, starring contributions from some of the biggest names in the rock world. Check it out below.After being teased earlier this year, the track officially dropped today (March 15), and sees all funds raised being donated to the Teenage Cancer Trust and Teen Cancer America.A new take on Knopfler’s solo hit, the 2024 edition runs across nine-minutes, and sees the Dire Straits frontman join forces with rock icons including Queen‘s Brian May, Bruce Springsteen, Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi, Eric Clapton, Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood and many more.It also includes the last ever recording by guitar virtuoso, Jeff Beck – which he laid down for the track shortly before his death in January 2023.As well as the truly astonishing number of renowned guitarists on the track, Knopfler also enlisted The Beatles’ Ringo Starr on drums, Sting on bass, and The Who frontman (and Teenage Cancer Trust patron) Roger Daltrey on harmonica.The charity track was recorded at British Grove Studios in West London, and produced by Knopfler’s longtime collaborator Guy Fletcher.
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