Palace Theatre Announces a New Concert

“Well, woke up this morning with a wine glass in my hand.
Whose wine? What wine? Where the hell did I dine?
Must have been a dream I don’t believe where I’ve been.
Come on, let’s do it again.

Do you…you, feel like I do?
How’d ya feel?
Do you…you, feel like I do?”

– Peter Frampton, “Do You Feel Like We Do”

Yes, boys and girls, Peter Frampton is headed into the Palace Theatre in Albany at 7:30pm on Friday, February 10, as part of his Frampton Comes Alive 35th Anniversary Tour.

He’s promising a three-hour show that will feature a complete performance of his 1976 mega-platinum live double album, as well as highlights from throughout the singer-guitarist’s career.

Priced at $39.50, $59.50 and $69.50, tix for the Frampton concert are slated to go on sale to the general public at 10am on Friday, November 4.

4 Responses to “Palace Theatre Announces a New Concert”

  1. Kirsten says:

    That’s a great lyric when you see it in print.

  2. Greg says:

    Yeah, pure poetry, ain’t it?

  3. Kirsten says:

    I’d say it ranks up there with the best opening lines in rock, alongside maybe Tom Petty’s “It’s alright if you love me. It’s alright if you don’t.”

  4. J Hunter says:

    It’s easy to trash “Frampton Comes Alive” because of its theretofore-unheard-of success — not to mention the fact that the two biggest hits were the worst (“Baby, I Love Your Way”) and second-worst (“Show Me the Way”) songs on the set. Fortunately “Do You Feel Like We Do” has lasted in its entirety. It’s the best song of the set, and Frampton really rocks out, and also rocks on a lot of tracks that never get airplay. This guy was in Humble Pie before he went solo, and that band took absolutely no prisoners.

    And yeah, I owned FCA in high school. Back then it wasn’t a punchline — it was one of the best things going!

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