March 20, 2001 - Journey, Peter Frampton and John Waite--all rockers who saw their heydays in the '70s and '80s--are banding together for a major summer tour that will take them to most major and secondary U.S. markets.
January 22, 2001 - Peter Frampton's smash "Frampton Comes Alive!" was released on Jan. 6, 1976. Later that month, it topped the Billboard album chart, where it would sit comfortably for 10 weeks. It sold 8 million copies that year--and 18 million to date--to become the biggest-selling live rock album ever.
January 8, 2001 - A reissued 1976 live album and two soundtracks are the most notable new releases in a quiet, post-holiday week that finds the music industry slowly beginning to awaken after two weeks of even less new blood on the music shelves.