Lou Gramm: The Voice of Foreigner

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Anyone playing their radio throughout the 1980s could not miss the voice of Lou Gramm. As the co-founder and lead singer of the rock group, Foreigner, Gramm’s voice served as the calling card for some of the biggest hits of the decade including “Feels Like The First Time,” “Hot Blooded,” “Cold As Ice,” and “I Want To Know What Love Is.” Gramm has also had a successful solo career outside of Foreigner. He released his first solo album, “Ready or Not,” in 1987 to critical acclaim with the single, “Midnight Blue,” reaching the top five. Gramm contributed the song, “Lost in the Shadows,” to the soundtrack for the film, “The Lost Boys.” Fans of Gramm’s voice and songs have a last chance to know what 2014 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Lou Gramm is like live in concert as he brings that voice and those hits to OPAC as part of what he has announced will be his final tour.

 

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