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Lou Gramm - The 2015 Tour
Longtime glam metal rock icon Lou Gramm is at it again, heading onto the North American tour road one more time for his most exciting and mind blowing set of performances yet. Don't miss this former Foreigner front man as he makes his way to four cities across the continent, including: Rahway, NJ; Snoqualmie, WA; Atlanta, GA; and Northfield, OH. Don't see Lou Gramm rocking his way into a location close enough to you? Keep calm and keep checking back because this icon of the glam rock genre is constantly adding last minute performances and very special engagements to his crisscrossing tour schedule. Stay up to date on all of the latest Lou Gramm 2015 tour information right here at StubHub - your number one resource for all of your online concert ticket needs.
First, Lou Gramm will be making his way to Rahway, New Jersey, where he'll be kicking off his exciting Spring/Summer tour at the always exciting Union County Performing Arts Center. Next up, he'll be delivering so top notch adult entertainment in the gambling wonderland of the Snoqualmie Casino, located in the heart of Snoqualmie, Washington. He'll then zig zag his way back to the east coast as he makes his way into the hottest and most happening city the south has to offer, Atlanta, Georgia, where he'll be playing to a sure to be sold out crowd at the Chastain Park Amphitheatre. Lou will then make his way into the heart of middle America when he heads to Northfield, Ohio, to head to the iconic Hard Rock Rocksino that's the shining beacon of Northfield's exciting nightlife scene.
From the biggest concert halls to your favorite amphitheatres, the Lou Gramm 2015 tour is a must catch music experience that is the steadfast standard bearer of the modern glam rock metal movement. Be sure to hop aboard the Lou Gramm tour train when it chugs into a local near you!
About Lou Gramm
Hailing from the greater New York state area, Lou Gramm spent his childhood in Rochester where he delved into the world of music from a young age. Initially learning to play the trumpet in the school band, he began performing in various local Rochester bands where he began to polish his vocal and performance skills in acts such as Poor Heart and The Infirmary. He soon became one of the most prolific and talented performers in his local music scene, eventually making the transition to the band Black Sheep, his first experience working with a band signed to a major record label. Black Sheep's musical influence would expand all across the New York area and spill into greater New England, first signing to the Chrysalis music label before transitioning to Capitol Records in the early half of the 70s. Black Sheep soon became a permanent fixture on the burgeoning glam metal scene, making their big break for fame while touring alongside major glam act KISS.
Despite ever-growing success with Black Sheep, Lou Gramm would leave the band as it disintegrated and take up residence with Rochester based act Spooky Tooth. The stars would aline for Lou as he was soon scouted to become the lead singer of Foreigner. The band, assembled by major rocker Mick Jones, would quickly hit it off as they climbed the 70s rock scene and quickly became one of the most fundamental glam rock acts to populate the genre. Lou was a pivotal piece of the band's rapid rise to fame, co writing many of the band's biggest hits that would top charts across the USA, Canada, and beyond.
Foreigner was a two headed beast, headed not just by Lou Gramm's passionate songwriting but also the musical placement and artistic direction offered by Mick Jones. As what happens when any two great minds occupy too small a space, the duo went from a collaborative wondergroup to a dueling musical egoists. Despite the struggles in the studio, the band continued to release a string of mega hits throughout the 80s, eventually bubbling over into Gramm releasing a solo album on the side. The monumental success of his solo act would prompt him to depart Foreigner, signing onto Atlantic Records as he began to make a name for himself as the new face of glam rock.
Lou began touring alongside the critically acclaimed Steve Miller Band, and soon experimented with the musical project Shadow King. His absence from Foreigner would be short lived, with Gramm and Mick deciding to mend things and invite Gramm back into the band. They would immediately begin recording hit material, marking a comeback for Foreigner that would propel them through the 90s and into the new decade. Today, Gramm spends most of his time working on his own solo work, writing for various Lou Gramm fronted projects that continue to gain traction throughout the music world.
One of the most important pieces of the Lou Gramm solo discography is 1987, his first solo release that would mark official liftoff for the Lou Gramm music phenomenon as well as his imminent departure from Foreigner. The album dropped on Atlantic Records, featuring Pat Moran as a producer on the album in what would eventually climb to the #27 and #24 spots on the US and Canadian music charts, respectively. The album received a near perfect four and a half stars from the critics at AllMusic, primarily on the strength of a slew of hit singles that included "Ready or Not" and the number one charting "Midnight Blue".
Lou Gramm would have his musical prowess officially recognized in 2013. The Songwriters Hall of Fame inducted Lou into their ranks as of June of 2013.
The Lou Gramm Concert Experience
No single name quite says authentic glam rock like Lou Gramm. From start to finish, the Lou Gramm concert experience delivers a larger than life and hard hitting musical experience that can only be expected from a resume as established as Lou Gramm. With unbeatable charisma and a deep musical mind, Lou Gramm offers a musical adventure that is both unique and comfortingly familiar. Don't miss your chance to catch a living legend live and in the flesh. Get your tickets today!
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