GRAMMY Award-winning guitarist Peter Frampton has been touring for 50 years, but a sudden illness forced the 69-year-old to announce a farewell tour. CBS THIS MORNING co-host Anthony Mason joined Frampton backstage at Madison Square Garden for his last New York City show where he made his final walk to the stage, and said goodbye to thousands of fans. Earlier this year, Peter Frampton opened up to Mason about being diagnosed with a rare degenerative muscular disease.
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- On meeting another Inclusion body myositis sufferer while on the road: “He said, ‘I went to all these doctors. They didn’t know what I had... then I turned on the TV and watched you and Anthony talking.’ And he said, ‘You diagnosed me.’” https://bit.ly/2mqMevr
- “I’ve not said goodbye anywhere. I’ve just waved. ‘Cause you never know.” https://bit.ly/2kuHBji
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