Peter Frampton broke away from Humble Pie on September 20, 2013. His solo debut, "Winds of Change" would follow a year later. Frampton's solo career was rather ho-hum until he released the live album "Frampton Comes Alive!" in 1977. The album became the biggest selling live recording at the time and raked up sales of six million albums and yielded several of his biggest hits. Peter was a schoolmate of David Bowie at Bromley Technical School. While still a member of Humble Pie, Frampton would discover the "talk box", his signature guitar effect, while working on George Harrison's "All Things Must Pass" sessions. In 2013, he toured the U.S. with "Frampton's Guitar Circus" and he will start an European trek in October. Humble Pie fans are awaiting the coming release of the bands legendary "Rockin' The Fillmore" to be issued in a four-disc set on October 29th.