FOREIGNER - Double Vision

15. April 2019

FOREIGNER - Double Vision

Mick Jones is still having a hard time recording new material with Foreigner. He mourns the gold and platinum years after the release of a Foreigner album, when he became considerably richer. Lou Gramm is more realistic and would record something with Jones just for fun - whether under the name Foreigner or not. But instead there are appearances with the original line-up, a live recording from 1978 and a European tour with orchestra and the current line-up without Gramm & Co.

eclipsed No. 191 / 6-2017

18. July 2018

FOREIGNER - Lou, Luanne and Lucerne

15. May 2018

FOREIGNER - Lou, Luanne und Luzern

After a good 40 years of band history, there are still new challenges even for foreigners. After all, even the Anglo-American success rockers are not on stage every day with over 100 people to present the almost inexhaustible pool of Mick-Jones compositions with orchestral force. In addition to this extraordinary experience, the band boss also talks about the anniversary concerts at which he once again met the original singer Lou Gramm. And in May the band is back on tour in Germany.

FOREIGNER - 40 Years of Assembly

25. May 2017

 FOREIGNER - 40 Years of Assembly

"I've been living in New York City for over 40 years now," muses Mick Jones (72), "but whenever I'm in London, like now, I feel at home. I've remained a foreigner, even after all these years. For Johnny Hallyday and others I wrote songs for several years and was a session musician in France. Those were exciting years when I made friends with the Beatles and Jimmy Page. I think this time in France had its share in the later Foreigner sound."

Friends of the Beatles - so it's not so surprising that Jones played on George Harrison's solo album "Dark Horse" (1974). "Now that I've said it myself in one sentence, these are really the two cornerstones of our sound: the Beatles and Jimmy Pages Led Zeppelin. Between France, good old Rock'n'Roll, a little bit of mine and Ian McDonalds prog phase with Spooky Tooth and King Crimson and of course a lot of Lou Gramm."

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