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Stanley Sheldon, Bassist for Peter Frampton, Comes Alive!
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Publish-date-icon March 13, 2012
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Peter Frampton, as part of his 35th Anniversy tour in celebration of the release of Frampton Comes Alive!, will be performing tonight at the Long Beach Terrace Theater. Frampton assembled many of the original musicians who played on that Grammy nominated album to join him.

Stanley Sheldon has a long history as a professional musician. He's performed along side folk-pop icon Melanie, and played with Warren Zevon, Lou Gramm, and Foreigner. He will always be best known, however, for his role in the now legendary 1976 recording, Frampton Comes Alive!

With just 11 dates remaining in a tour that began in June of last year, Sheldon took a few minutes to speak with me about how he came to play with Frampton in the mid-70s, and what it has meant for him ever since.

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