Peter Frampton has just announced the first four stops for his 2020 farewell tour of Europe. Although he wrapped his "farewell" tour a couple of month's back in Northern California, Frampton had stated that -- health providing -- he wanted to make the effort to play one last time for his European fans. Frampton was forced to say goodbye to the road upon discovering he's suffering from a degenerative muscle disease called Inclusion-Body Myositus (IBM), that slowly weakens the body's muscles.

The upcoming June shows, which go on sale today (December 13th) are all set for Germany, with Frampton hitting Munich, Berlin, Frankfurt, and Stuttgart. Addition dates will soon be announced.

During his chat with CBS, Peter Frampton spoke about how IBM affects the body: "For a guitar player, it's not so good. But, I'm able to play great -- right now. In a year's time, maybe not so good. I'm a perfectionist and I do not wanna go out there and feel like, 'Oh, I can't. . . this isn't good'; that would be a nightmare for me. 'Cause it's my passion. I've been playing guitar for 60 years. I started when I was eight. So, I've had a very good run I know that I'll be at the top of my game for this tour and I will make it through this and people won't be saying 'Oh, he can't play as good. . . ' I can, y'know? But, we just don't know for how long."

Peter Frampton has offered up a free download of his new remake of "Show Me The Way." The song, which takes on a ballald-like jazz feel, was featured on the series finale of the CBS drama, Madam Secretary:

JUST ANNOUNCED: Peter Frampton European tour dates (subject to change):

June 2 - Munich, Germany - Philharmonie am Gasteig
June 4 - Berlin, Germany - Tempodrom
June 6 - Frankfurt Am Main, Germany - Alte Oper
June 7 - Stuttgart, Germany - Liederhalle