(Classic Rock) Foreigner mainman Mick Jones and ex-singer Lou Gramm will share a stage in June for the first time in a decade – putting a long and bitter feud behind them.
They're reuniting for their induction into the Songwriters Hall Of Fame – and Gramm says it was easy to finally pick up the phone and call his former colleague as they're being recognised for the creation of world-class tracks including Feels Like The First Time, Cold As Ice, Hot Blooded and Juke Box Hero.
"I've talked with Mick for the first time in over ten years. He seems to be doing well; his health has improved quite a bit," The vocalist tells Artisan News. "It wasn't so difficult, considering we were both being honoured as a songwriting team. I called him and congratulated him, then he congratulated me.
"We both knew they were expecting us to perform a couple of songs and we got right down to talking about it. It's going to be a lot of fun." more on this story