Peter Frampton and The Doobie Brothers have joined forces virtually for a performance of Eric Clapton's "Let it Rain."
Doobie Brother Tom Johnston says, “A couple of months ago, Peter and I were going over various tunes after deciding to do a song or video together. I tossed out ‘Let It Rain’ by Eric Clapton and he loved the idea. He’s a phenomenal guitarist and a fan of Clapton’s as am I, so it seemed a great idea to take to the rest of the guys. Peter,Pat[Simmons], and I took verses and solos and John [McFee] played some cool pedal steel and helped us put that together with Bill Payne on piano,John Cowanon bass, and Ed Tothon drums. Also Rob Arthur[from Frampton's band] who did all the video work played B3. It was a team effort! We really enjoyed working together on this with Peter.”
And, Frampton adds, “It was so much fun playing with my friends the Doobie Brothers even virtually! I look forward to a time when we can, hopefully, play together in person.”