Lou Gramm's Camp Addresses Foreigner Reunion Talk

Former Foreigner frontman Lou Gramm's camp is dashing hopes for a reunion tour after news spread of the possible trek after the singer mentioned talks in a recent interview.

As we reportedly earlier this week, Gramm spoke with Classic Rock Revisited about his new autobiography, "Juke Box Hero: My Five Decades In Rock 'N' Roll," and during the chat the subject of him reuniting with Foreigner came up.

When he was asked "Do you ever see a day where you and Mick Jones could be back in Foreigner together?" he replied, "His management and my management are tossing around the idea of a farewell tour.

"I would really like to do that. It would be really great to do that instead of leaving it with such a bitter and unfinished ending."

Apparently some media reports made it sound like a reunion tour was a done deal (not at all what he said) and Gramm's camp issued a statement on Thursday that said that no reunion is on the horizon.

The statement said in part, "Though both Lou Gramm and Mick Jones will be on hand next for next month's (Thursday, June 13) Songwriters Hall of Fame 44th Annual Induction and Awards Dinner in New York City, there are no plans for the two to head out on a reunion tour.

"Despite recent media reports that a reunion is being planned, at present time, there are no dialogs about any dates, though both continue to tour."

While fans hope that a reunion may be worked out, they can now read Gramm's new book which was released this week. You can order a copy here.

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