Foreigner has become a legendary icon in the world of rock music, and is considered one of
the best-selling musical groups of all time. Their reach is so wide that there may not be a person around who hasn't heard
at least one of their songs. The band has racked up countless awards during their illustrious career, and they continue to
bless the music world with their presence and constant touring.
They have sold over 70 million albums and have had over
20 hits make it onto the charts. They have albums that have gone multi-platinum, and become a household name. They continue
to sell out venues wherever they go, performing classic songs like "Waiting for a girl like you," "Cold as Ice" and "Hot Blooded"
to devoted fans. Armed with an arsenal of classic hits and some new music, the band is heading out on tour once more to entertain
the masses. They will be making stops in New Brunswick, NJ, Reno, NV, Dublin, Ireland, Munich, Germany and many more.
Foreigner has had its ups and downs and endured several lineup changes. But, through it all, band frontman
Mick Jones has stayed the course and committed himself to the band through the decade. Lou Gramm and Johnny Edwards took turns
as the band's lead singer, but as time went on, Jones' responsibilities to the band became more intense. Now, he is leading
the band with his amazing voice and his powerful stage presence. He has proved that he can front the band and maintain the
integrity and the rock and roll awesomeness that is Foreigner.
About the Artist
Originally formed back
in 1976 by the English music veterans Mick Jones and Ian McDonald as well as American Lou Gramm, Foreigner has dominated the
world over and over again with multiple tours to attempt to satisfy their legions of fans across the globe that have a constant
craving for more Foreigner. The band continues to this day to tour and at each and every show make sure that the audience
has a great time, one of the many great things about the band. With their incredibly long string of hits and albums composed
entirely of hits themselves, Foreigner is one of the greatest rock bands to ever hit the music scene.
The band formed
in 1976, when English musicians Mick Jones and Ian McDonald formed a band with the help of ex-Black Sheep member Lou Gramm,
and American musicians Dennis Elliott, Al Greenwood and Ed Gagliardi. They chose the name Foreigner because no matter where
the band played, three of them would always be foreigners. They released their debut album in 1977 and it was an instant success.
It sold more than four million copies in the US along, and stayed in the Top 20 for a year. There biggest hit songs from that
album were "Feels Like the First Time," "Cold as Ice" and "Long, Long Way from Home."
Throughout the next several years,
the band racked up chart-topping hits, accolades and awards, becoming one of the biggest names in music. While the lineup
has changed over the years, the commitment to the music and their amazing stage presence has never wavered. In 2013, band
members Mick Jones and Lou Gramm were inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. Today, they continue to record albums and
perform for their devoted fans all over the world.
Many bands and artists find
it difficult to break into the music business. They struggle for years, touring relentlessly and hoping to catch the eye of
a music producer or executive. But, for Foreigner, the road to fame was a little easier. It only took a year from their formation
for the band to take off. They released their debut album, Foreigner, in 1977, and it was an instant success. Three of its
singles made it to the Top 20, and the record sold more than four million copies. And their success continued with their second
album, which sold five million copies. They came to be known for their powerful ballads and rock and roll anthems. It didn't
take long for this talented group to become one of the music world's top acts. They have maintained that success for several
decades, entertaining fans both new and old.
There's nothing like seeing your favorite
band take the stage and perform their greatest hits and latest tunes. When you come out to a Foreigner concert, you will see
why they have become an icon in the music world. Their energy on stage is second to none and they can rock out as well as
performers half their age. They are classic rock and rollers who come to give their fans a great live show. With the same
big hair looks and rock gestures, the band doesn't disappoint. It's as if you are seeing the same band that stepped out on
stage in the late 1970s. There's nothing quite like seeing this classic band perform live, and you won't want to miss a single