Well, I'm just about old enough to remember Frampton Comes Alive, beofre he went and spent all the money on cociane. So this is good news, he gets a Grammy:
British rock guitarist Peter Frampton, whose 1976 album "Frampton Comes Alive!" was one of the biggest-selling releases of all time, won the first Grammy of his career on Sunday for an album of instrumentals featuring an all-star cast of musicians.
Frampton, 56, took home the pop instrumental album Grammy for "Fingerprints," on which he played Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts, guitarist Hank Marvin, and two members of Seattle rock band Pearl Jam.
The other nominees were Gerald Albright, Larry Carlton, Fourplay, and Spyro Gyra.
Frampton was also nominated in the rock instrumental performance statuette for "Black Hole Sun," originally recorded by Seattle rock band Soundgarden, but lost to the Flaming Lips for "The Wizard Turns On ..."
Don't spend the money the same way this time, eh?