Peter Frampton’s Net: Peter Frampton is an English rock musician and guitarist who has a net worth of $ 30 million. Born April 22, 1950 in Bromley, Kent, England, Peter Frampton began his career with the bands Humble Pie and The Herd, and is best known for his hit album Frampton Comes Alive! which sold more than 10 million copies and had the remarkable distinction of being the most sold live rock album in history until 1998. In his pre-teen years he played in the bands The Little Ravens, The Trubeats and George & The Dragons (a group that included its promising musician David Bowie). In 1967, 16-year-old Frampton became the guitarist and lead singer of the pop-oriented group The Herd and remained with the band for two years. His next musical adventure was to head the band Humble Pie with Steve Marriott, after which Frampton launched on his own. His debut album, Wind Of Change (1972), sent him on an extensive tour in the coming years, promoting albums Camel (1973), Somethin’s Happening (1974) and Frampton (1975). It was his live album the double album recording Frampton Comes Alive! in 1976, which catapulted Frampton to stardom. The LP had the remarkable distinction of being the best selling live rock album in history and the singles Baby I Love Your Way, Do you feel the same as me? and Show Me the Way dominated the American charts. The Billboard and Rolling Stone magazines named him Artist of the Year. By the end of the 70s, Frampton’s popularity had diminished. After an almost fatal car accident, Frampton was forced to temporarily shelve his musical career. He recorded sporadically throughout the 80s, highlighting especially Breaking All The Rules (1981), The Art of Control (1982) and Premonition (1986). The following year, he returned to be public and began to tour as a lead guitarist with his old friend David Bowie and launched Frampton Comes Alive II (1995). In 2001, the legendary Frampton comes alive! He celebrated 16 million albums sold. Since then he has released a series of albums, including Now (2003), Fingerprints (2006) and Thank You Mr. Churchill (2010).