John Regan (Peter Frampton, Frehley’s Comet, FOUR BY FATE)

Photo by Bill DeMild Courtesy of John Regan Facebook Profiles


Sideman, bandmember, producer, composer, arranger, vocalist, recording artist, and bassist, among other titles, if we were to list John Regan’s entire curricula vitae we may break the internet – which is not necessarily a good or bad thing!


A master pocket and melodic player, among John’s credits include his extensive tenure with Peter Frampton, along with his work on stage and/or in the studio with Ace Frehley’s Comet, Dave Edmunds, Stephen Stills, John Waite, Patty Smythe’s Scandal, Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Robin Trower, Billy Idol, Mick Jagger, David Lee Roth, Michael Monroe, and John Phillips, to cite a select few.


John anchored Peter Frampton’s Grammy winning Fingerprints slab, released in 2006 (Best Pop Instrumental Album). He garnered a Best Rock Grammy nomination for the song “Off the Hook” from Peter’s Live In Detroit collection in 2000.


Among John’s current projects is the band FOUR BY FATE which recently dropped its debut platter Relentless on The End Records/BMG


John Regan Sound & Vision…


Rolling Stones: “Winning Ugly”


David Bowie & Mick Jagger: “Dancing in the Street”


Frehley’s Comet:


“Rock Soldiers”


“Something Moved”


Robin Trower “Under the Gun”


Peter Frampton:


“Breaking All the Rules”


“Off the Hook”


“Thank You Mr. Churchill”


FOUR BY FATE: “These Times are Hard for Lovers”



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