Frampton turns 62 this Sunday.  He was born on April 22, 1950, in Kent, England.

The first thing just about everyone who loves classic rock thinks of when they hear the name Peter Frampton, of course, is that little live release that sent him into the stratosphere of rock stardom.

But 1976's double album, "Frampton Comes Alive!", which sold over 6 million copies in the U.S. alone, isn't all that Frampton represents, and he's created a lot of fine music since then.

Singer, songwriter, guitarist, producer, Peter was in the psychedelic rock group, The Herd, in the 60's and Humble Pie from 1969 to 1971.

Then he went solo, and has released 15 solo albums in the span of 38 years, including his first instrumental album, "Fingerprints", which won a grammy in 2007, and his most recent release, 2010's "Thank You Mr. Churchill".

Below is his live cover of Soundgarden's Black Hole Sun.

The old man still has it, don't you think?