Debut release Foreigner became the fastest-selling debut album in Atlantic Records’ long storied history. Foreigner founder Mick Jones and original singer/co-writer Lou Gramm join me here In the Studio for realization of their collective dream in the stories behind the songs “Cold As Ice”, “Headknocker”, “Starrider”,”Long Long Way from Home”,”At War with the World”, and the time-less “Feels Like the First Time”.
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Original Foreigner lead singer Lou Gramm (c), Foreigner founder/guitarist Mick Jones (l), and former bassist Bruce Turgon (r) having fun with that “Dirty White Boy” Redbeard while In the Studio on Q102 Dallas/Ft.Worth in February 1995. Both Mick Jones and Lou Gramm will be co-hosting the 45th anniversary of Foreigner’s blockbuster debut here In the […]
Foreigner “4” fortieth anniversary interview includes band founder/ guitarist Mick Jones, original singer Lou Gramm, and current singer Kelly Hansen.
One of the most endearing things about Foreigner founder and beating heart to this day, Mick Jones, is that he has never been coy or clever in trying to hide his inspirations or aspirations for the band. Case in point is the song “Blue Morning, Blue Day” from the Summer 1978 second Foreigner album Double […]
It is only fitting that Mick Jones, the British ex-pat who founded Foreigner more than four decades ago, should be the last man standing of the original band two decades into the twenty-first century.
With Foreigner founder Mick Jones on acoustic guitar and backing vocal, Bruce Turgon on acoustic bass, and former lead singer/lyricist Lou Gramm live unplugged February 6, 1995 in Dallas Texas performing “White Lie”. –Redbeard ( L-R: Mick Jones, Redbeard, Lou Gramm, Bruce Turgon)
Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott, Ric Savage, & Phil Collen join Redbeard “In the Studio” for their fortieth anniversary of “High’n’ Dry”.
My guest Billy Squier’s 1981 second solo album Don’t Say No sold over three million copies because of songs “In the Dark” , “My Kinda Lover” , “Lonely Is the Night”, & the big hit ” The Stroke”.
Keyboardist Gary Wright chose a bold pioneering effort which had never been attempted before then, with spectacular results from the songs “Love Is Alive”,”Made to Love You”,”Blind Feeling”,”Much Higher”,”Power of Love” (the only song to include electric guitar, courtesy of Ronnie Montrose), and the million-selling hit “Dream Weaver”. Join Gary Wright here in a very rare In the Studio classic rock interview
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