Peter Frampton, Cheap Trick and Gregg Allman were just a few of the artists on hand for Lynyrd Skynyrd's all-star concert recording One More for the Fans — and you can now watch all three of those performances.

As previously reported, the live set — which was recorded last fall and made its television debut yesterday on AXS — is due in stores July 24, but a few songs have already made their way online. Frampton, who contributed a cover of J.J. Cale's "Call Me the Breeze," told Billboard he was thrilled to be a part of the show.

"We've known each other on a very close level," he explained. "We've known each other through thick and thin, literally. We've played many, many concerts together. And we went through their air disaster together because my crew was off the road with me and had joined Lynyrd Skynyrd for that tour. It's just always been a pleasure to do anything with them, and I enjoyed the whole experience of doing that (tribute) show. It was much more of a family experience for me, that whole day."

"Oh man, it was a great evening," added Skynyrd guitarist Gary Rossington. "It was a tribute to the music and everybody came. All our friends and the great artists who were there were just great. It was very humbling, and I was in awe of all those guys."

Watch Frampton's performance of "Call Me the Breeze" above, and check out Cheap Trick's version of "Gimme Back My Bullets" and Gregg Allman's cover of "Tuesday's Gone" below.

Watch Cheap Trick Perform 'Gimme Back My Bullets'

Watch Gregg Allman Perform 'Tuesday's Gone'

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