Peter Frampton Net Worth 2022 – Salary, Income, Earnings

Peter Frampton Net Worth 

Peter Frampton has an estimated net worth of $20 million. English musician Peter Frampton began his career with the bands Humble Pie and The Herd. He is best known for his hit album ‘Frampton Comes Alive!, which sold more than 10 million copies. He earns most of his income from album sales, concerts and music streaming.

Musician Peter Frampton began his career with the bands Humble Pie and The Herd. He is best known for his hit album Frampton Comes Alive! which sold more than 10 million copies and was the best-selling live rock album in history until 1998. The album singles “Baby I Love Your Way” and “Do You Feel Like I Do?” are considered the crowning achievement of Frampton’s career.

To calculate the net worth of Peter Frampton, subtract all his liabilities from his total assets. Investments, savings, cash deposits, and any equity he has in a house, car, or other similar asset are included in the total assets. All debts, such as personal loans and mortgages, are included in total liabilities.

Here’s the breakdown of his net worth:

Name: Peter Frampton
Net Worth: $20 Million
Monthly Salary: $300 Thousand
Annual Income: $5 Million
Source of Wealth: Musician, Singer-songwriter, Guitarist, Singer, Actor, Multi-instrumentalist

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Early Career

Peter Kenneth Frampton was born in Beckenham, England, on April 22, 1950. Frampton, who was raised in a traditional middle-class family, was a musical prodigy who taught himself to play the guitar at the age of seven. He mastered complex jazz, blues, and rock riffs over the next few years.

Frampton spent his childhood performing in bands such as The Little Ravens, The Trubeats, and George & The Dragons (a group that included fellow up-and-coming musician David Bowie). Frampton eventually piqued the interest of The Preachers’ manager Bill Wyman (of The Rolling Stones), who recruited him to join The Preachers, an overtly commercial English band.

Under Wyman’s tutelage, Frampton, then 16, became the lead guitarist and singer for the pop-oriented group The Herd in 1967. Frampton left The Herd in 1969, after gaining the adoration of teenaged fans with hit singles like “From the Underworld” and “I Don’t Want Our Loving to Die.” Later that year, he and Steve Marriott formed Humble Pie, a blues-based rock band. Despite the positive response to his albums Town And Country (1969) and Rock On (1970), Frampton decided to go solo in 1971.

Solo Success

Before launching his solo career with the debut album Wind Of Change, Frampton contributed to George Harrison’s All Things Must Pass and Harry Nilsson’s Son of Schmilsson (1972). Over the next few years, he toured extensively to promote the albums Frampton’s Camel (1973), Somethin” Happening (1974), and Frampton’s Camel (1975).

The success of these albums, combined with Frampton’s captivating live performances, resulted in the 1976 live double album Frampton Comes Alive!, which sold over 10 million copies. The album was the best-selling live rock album in history, and the singles “Baby I Love Your Way,” “Do You Feel Like I Do?” and “Show Me the Way” topped the American charts. The album, regarded as Frampton’s pinnacle achievement, influenced both Billboard and Rolling Stone magazines to name him Artist of the Year.

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Declining Popularity

Frampton’s star began to wane by the end of the 1970s. He made his film debut as Billy Shears in the disastrous rock musical Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, alongside musicians such as the BeeGees, Aerosmith, and Earth, Wind & Fire (1978).

Frampton was forced to put his music career on hold following a near-fatal car accident. Throughout the 1980s, he released sporadically, most notably Breaking All The Rules (1981), The Art of Control (1982), and Premonition (1983). The following year, he re-entered the public eye and began touring with longtime friend David Bowie as a lead guitarist.

Successful Comeback

The successful release of his 1994 self-titled album, followed by Frampton Comes Alive II (1995), allowed him to regain his old fans while appealing to a new generation of rock fans. In 2001, the 25th anniversary recording of the legendary Frampton Comes Alive! 16 million albums sold. Since then, he has released a series of albums, including Now (2003), Fingerprints (2006) and Thank You Mr. Churchill (2010).

Personal Life

Frampton has been married three times. He met his first wife, former model Mary Lovett, in 1970. The couple stayed together for three years and filed for divorce in 1973. In 1983 he married Barbara Gold, who also divorced after ten years of marriage. Frampton and Gold have two children together. Frampton married again in 1996, to Christina Elfers. Although the relationship lasted almost 15 years, Frampton filed for divorce in 2011. At the time of the divorce, the couple was negotiating custody of their 15-year-old daughter.

In 2019. Frampton was diagnosed with the inflammatory muscle disease Inclusion-Body Myositis.

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