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  LOU GRAMM JOINS FOREIGNER FOR A HOT BLOODED ENCORE IN NEW YORK
21st July 2017



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AOR legends Foreigner were reunited with original members Lou Gramm, Ian McDonald and Al Greenwood last night, Thursday 20th July, in New York.

Foreigner were performing at the outdoor amphitheater, Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theatre in Wantagh.

Mick Jones invited the three former members on stage to perform the encores 'Long ,Long Way From Home' from their eponymous debut, 'I Want To Know What Love Is', a number one hit on both sides of the Atlantic and the raunchy rocker 'Hot Blooded'.



Jones and Gramm last performed together in June 2014 at the Songwriters Hall Of Fame in New York City which marked the first time the pair has performed together in a decade after Gramm had left Foreigner for a second time in 2003.

Former Hurricane vocalist Kelly Hansen has fronted the group since 2005 and Mick Jones is the sole remaining founding member in Foreigner's current line-up.

Foreigner are currently celebrating their 40th anniversary and will tour the UK in 2018.

The legendary band will perform in Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham and for the first time ever, London's esteemed Royal Albert Hall. The dates and venues are as follows:

Saturday 12th May 2018: Manchester, O2 Apollo
Sunday 13th May 2018: Glasgow, Clyde Auditorium
Tuesday 15th May 2018: Birmingham, Symphony Hall
Wednesday 16th May 2018: London, Royal Albert Hall

Tickets are starting to go on sale now right here.

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