Original Foreigner Frontman Lou Gramm Releasing His Autobiography
Gramm teamed up with newspaper columnist and author Scott Pitoniak to tell his journey from the working class Rochester, New York to becoming the frontman of one of the best selling bands of the 70s and 80s, to his battle with cancer.
We were sent these details: Gramm's recounting of his life is also is a story of redemption. In the early 1990's, he finally confronted his demons and checked into a drug rehabilitation center for a month. He came out a changed man and has remained sober ever since.
Several years later, Gramm faced an even bigger challenge when diagnosed with an egg-sized brain tumor. After being given a death sentence by several physicians, he learned of a then-revolutionary laser surgery being done by a doctor in Boston. Gramm underwent a life-saving operation to remove the tumor and then courageously battled through radiation treatments and several harrowing years of rehab.
You can pre-order the book with a 40% discount* off the cover price here.