Julian S. Frampton is an American singer and songwriter born on March 19th, 1988 in Los Angeles, California. He is the son of legendary rock guitarist and singer Peter Frampton.
In early 2009, Julian and Peter Frampton co-wrote a handful of songs together. A few months later Julian would appear on his fathers’ album, Thank You Mr. Churchill. Julian and Peter co-wrote the featured song Road to the Sun. Julian occasionally joins his father on stage at select shows to sing.
In 2011, Julian joined his father to perform Road to the Sun for an episode of the critically acclaimed Guitar Center Sessions. That year, they also performed together on The Jimmy Kimmel Show (not aired) and The Fran Drescher show as well as a few radio shows.
Julian has had the opportunity to record with legendary Matt Cameron, drummer of Sound Garden and Pearl Jam. He has also shared the stage with world acclaimed guitarists such as Dean DeLeo of The Stone Temple Pilots and Rick Nielson from Cheap Trick.
Now in the South Bay of California, Julian continues to write and record music with his bandmate and writing partner, Ben Sheridan. Ben is a multi-genre keyboardist and graduate of Berklee College of Music.