So I hear. Yes, a sad story. So much talent. I was searching out John’s kit online when I came across this thread. I was fortunate to attend the ‘76 FCA concert in Milwaukee Wisconsin when I was 16. A buddy and I skipped school for the day and drove from Naperville Illinois to Milwaukee to catch the show. I saw Frampton up on stage and that changed my life. Went home and bought a guitar from a kid down the street, got in a band and have been playing ever since. Lol. I always remembered John’s musicality, in service of the song, never over playing. His choice of placement was so tasty. I am considering a house kit for a studio room and was curious about his drum sizes. That started me on this search.Nice pictures added. I know that there really isn't much out there chronicling John Siomos in terms of pictures. It's a sad story, really...He really got hosed as so many did in that era. A great player who also did quite a bit of high profile studio work as well, who never really made any money from all of that talent. Frampton's management screwed the band over big time and it eventually broke up that "Comes alive" band. They were a terrific outfit and he had the perfect ride cymbal with that out of this world bell! Thanks for adding the pictures.