Rumors have recently surfaced about the possibility of a Foreigner reunion between Mick Jones and Lou Gramm. However, they were quickly quashed by Gramm. In fact, a new interview with Gramm suggests that the singer is considering retiring, a concept that crosses his mind from time to time.
Legendary Foreigner singer Lou Gramm has not been a part of the band that made him famous in more than a decade, but in a new interview, he says that may be changing. The singer behind all-time rock classics such as 'Hot Blooded,' 'Double Vision' and 'Urgent' says his management has been talking about him re-joining the group for a reunion that would also serve as a farewell tour.
Classic rock is about heavy hooks, power chords, and tight harmonies, but it’s also about letting loose and enjoying the good times — and there’s no better time than Friday evening, when we pick up our paycheck, punch out of work, and enjoy a couple days of much-needed rest and relaxation.
This holiday season, three of Rock 'n Roll's greatest singer-songwriters will share the stage for a 17-date trek that will criss-cross America throughout November and December. The Jingle Bell Rock tour, featuring Eddie Money, Foreigner's Lou Gramm and Starship's Mickey Thomas, will launch the day after Thanksgiving -- Nov. 25 -- in Harris, Mich. and is scheduled to wrap on Dec. 17 in El Cajon, Calif.