They spent their childhood on a farm in North Hampton before moving to London where, as teenagers, they each started getting into modeling, encouraging the others along.Now, they've got branding down to a science: Words like "Framptonian" and "the Frampton way" are casually slipped into conversation, and thanks to Roger's "Frampton Method" fitness routine, the brothers' muscle game ranges from long and lean to downright topographic.At one concert in Philadelphia there were 120,000 people. “But I felt scared because it was just too big – there was only one way to go: down, and fast.
He has acted in films and appeared in The Simpsons and Family Guy.Great guy and an amazing bass player who has been in some remarkable bands. Anyway, this photo was a reunion for me and Stanley, who hadn’t seen each other since back then.But to have Peter in here, given the story below, made for sort of an ironic moment, given our “history” from the 70s. ” (1976) I had a crush on a girl in high school and she, like many other high school girls, was a Peter Frampton nut. insanity, 1976–1977, when that double live record represented everything to everyone."I've always written about my life and the lives of people around me, and how everything intersects."Listen to Death Cab for Cutie's New Song 'The Ghosts of Beverly Drive'The son of a Navy officer, Gibbard moved around a lot as a kid, but grew up primarily in Bremerton, Wash., where he fell hard for punk and indie rock.He started Death Cab, a solo project that expanded into a quartet, in 1997 while studying engineering at Western Washington University.