Peter Frampton is coming alive again, this time with a little help from another 1970s hit machine, the Steve Miller Band.
The two guitarists will share the bill all summer long on a nationwide tour that kicks off June 12 in Evansville, Indiana. The 38-show odyssey wraps up August 25-26 in Woodinville, Washington.
Frampton and Miller will perform separate sets but jam together at some point in the show.
Frampton, 67, first gained attention for his work with Humble Pie in 1969, but he broke though in a big, big way as a solo artist with the 1976 double album "Frampton Comes Alive." It sold more than 11 million copies worldwide and spawned three hit singles, "Show Me the Way," "Baby, I Love Your Way" and "Do You Feel Like We Do."
Miller, 74, notched nine Top 40 hits from 1973-1982, including three No. 1 singles, "The Joker," "Rock'n Me" and "Abracadabra." He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016.
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