Peter Frampton. I think this question is referencing the introduction of Peter Frampton on his legendary album, Frampton Comes Alive! The first track on the album begins with the sounds of the crowd awaiting the start of the concert, followed by the emcee, who introduces Frampton by saying. "If ever there was a musician who was an honorary member of San Francisco society ... Mr. Peter Frampton." The crowd cheers, and the band cranks up the first song, "Baby (Somethin's Happening)."
It is my understanding that charles pikes (musician, extraordinaire,barrett sisters musician) passed away in 2006. Saw this information posted on youtube by a family member.
Travis Nunn is a well known musician. As of September 2014, he is a member of the Chris Tomlin Band.
Cal Shrum has: Played Member, Colorado Hillbillies in "Land of Fighting Men" in 1938. Played Band Member in "The Old Barn Dance" in 1938. Played Bandleader in "Scatterbrain" in 1940. Played Band Leader in "Thunder Over the Prairie" in 1941. Played Ranger - Musician in "The Rangers Take Over" in 1942. Played Accordion Player in "Bad Men of Thunder Gap" in 1943. Played Curly, Singing Cowboys Band Member in "Riding West" in 1944. Played Musician in "Outlaw Roundup" in 1944. Played Musician in "Sagebrush Heroes" in 1945. Played Bandleader in "The Lost Trail" in 1945. Played Cal, Rhythm Rangers Band Leader in "Swing, Cowboy, Swing" in 1946. Played Cal Shrum in "Trouble at Melody Mesa" in 1949.
This is actually James Preston "J.P." Pennington (born January 22, 1949). He is an American musician, known primarily as a founding member of the country pop band Exile.
If there was ever a musician that was an honorary member of San Francisco's society... Mr. Peter Frampton!
if they are not an original member but a guest and a speaker
No. She is an honorary member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc.
Mr. Eugene Leone was the only honorary member of the West Point Class of 1915.
although he was not old enough to join the club the members viewed him as an honorary member
She was inducted as an honorary member
No he was not ever a member in any way shape or form. There is no such thing as an honorary member.
yes, she was named an honorary member at the aka Boulez in Washington dc a few yrs go
The winner of the Masters becomes an honorary member of the club.
There was a response that said that she is an honorary member of sorority because her grandmother is a member - that is not accurate. The fact that her grandmother is a member makes her a legacy to the Sorority. She is an honorary member because of her service to the community, service to mankind, and because of her professional accomplishments.