Foreigner Reunite With Original Members for First Time Since 1980

For the first time since 1980, Foreigner performed live with original members Lou Gramm, Al Greenwood and Ian McDonald all on the stage together at their show in New York.

The news broke back in January that Gramm and other original members of the band would appear at a few select shows during Foreigner's 40th Anniversary tour.

Former lead vocalist Gramm, keyboardist Greenwood and multi-instrumentalist McDonald performed a three song encore with the band, sharing the stage together for the first time in 37 years. They performed "Long, Long Way From Home," "I Want to Know What Love Is," and "Hot Blooded." Foreigner shared footage of the songs on their Facebook page.

After the show, band founder Mick Jones said, "It was great to have Lou, Al and Ian join us on stage last night, and certainly brought back some special memories. All the original guys are out there playing live shows and working on studio projects. A performance by the entire original band for a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction next year would be a great way to cap off our 40th Anniversary celebrations."

Source: Ultimate Classic Rock

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