We don't usually cover Peter Frampton around these parts, but this story is too interesting to ignore: Frampton was recently reunited with the Les Paul guitar he played on his famous album, Frampton Comes Alive, after it was lost for 31 years. Why was it lost? Well, Frampton lost his guitar when a cargo plane crashed in Venezuela on its way to Panama, where Frampton was touring. The plane crashed, and the guitar was presumed to be destroyed. However, someone found it, and it ended up in the hands of a musician on the Dutch Caribbean island of Curacao. That musician opted to send it to Frampton. This is some good will, dog returns home kind of thing. Read the whole story here.
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