As their name implies, the New York-based Foreigner gathers members from both the U.S. and England, grounded by guitarist Mick Jones. They hit big in 1977 with their self-titled debut album, which spawned a pair of Top 10 singles, 'Feels Like the First Time' and 'Cold as Ice.' They racked up a handful of other hits over the next few years, with singer Lou Gramm at the mic. In 1981, they reached No. 2 (for a whopping 10 weeks!) with 'Waiting for a Girl Like You' from their only No. 1 album, '4.' In 1984 they scored their only No. 1 single, 'I Want to Know What Love Is.' After a couple more Top 10 hits, Gramm left in 1991, returned the following year and eventually left for good in 2003. Foreigner still perform today with a new singer.
Watch Foreigner Reunite in Los Angeles: Videos, Set List
The only one missing was original bassist Ed Gagliardi, who died in 2014.
Lou Gramm and John Payne Join to Tour Foreigner and Asia Hits
Tour dates to be announced soon.
Lou Gramm Would Like to Finish 'Rough Ideas' With Mick Jones
Singer hopes upcoming Foreigner reunion shows lead to completing old song ideas with guitarist.
Foreigner to Play Reunion Show With Surviving Original Members
Lou Gramm, Dennis Elliott, Al Greenwood, Ian McDonald and Rick Wills join Mick Jones for summer concert.
Foreigner and Whitesnake Kick Off 'Juke Box Heroes' Tour
Foreigner and Whitesnake began their "Juke Box Heroes" tour in Bangor, Maine last night.
Foreigner and Whitesnake Juke Box Heroes Tour: A Tale of the Tape
Two bands, one tour. Hard rock hits and romantic ballads. Bluesy swagger and guitar thunder. It's Foreigner and Whitesnake, facing off this summer.
Watch Foreigner’s Orchestral ‘Urgent’ Video
Foreigner have released a performance clip of "Urgent" from their new concert movie.
Styx, Foreigner and Whitesnake Kick Off National Concert Week
A collection of photos from Live Nation's April 2018 National Concert Week red carpet event.