Classic rock artist Peter Frampton has organized a Dec. 9 concert at Cincinnati's Taft Theatre to benefit Clear Channel Entertainment's Relief Fund. Other acts on the bill include Blessid Union of Sou

Classic rock artist Peter Frampton has organized a Dec. 9 concert at Cincinnati's Taft Theatre to benefit Clear Channel Entertainment's Relief Fund. Other acts on the bill include Blessid Union of Souls, ONE featuring 98 Degrees' Justin Jeffre, former Midnight Starr member Reggie Calloway, Pay the Girl, and Greg Schaber & High Street. Frampton currently resides in Cincinnati, and all of the performers have lived there at one time or another.

"My wife is a Cincinnati native, and I have fallen in love with the city since we moved here last year," Frampton said in a statement. "It's great to be able to show off the musical talent that Cincinnati has produced over the years and at the same time, raise funds to help those who need it."
Proceeds will be donated to the Clear Channel Relief Fund, which aids emergency personnel working in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, as well as national and local chapters of the American Red Cross and the Salvation Army.

As previously reported, Frampton was among the performers at a similar benefit on Oct. 21 in Dallas, alongside Styx, Journey, Bad Company, and REO Speedwagon, among others.