Foreigner's Lou Gramm To Retire 'Sooner Than You Think'

(Classic Rock) Lou Gramm has stepped further back from talk of a reunion tour with his former band Foreigner by saying he's planning to retire in the very near future.

He and ex-colleague Mick Jones made contact again after nearly a decade of not talking after it was announced they'd be inducted into the Songwriters Hall Of Fame next month.

Now Gramm tells VH1 Radio Network's Dave Basner via Blabbermouth: "You know, I don't take any of that talk seriously. I've heard there was a mention, but honestly, I can't see that happening.

""I would have to see how it goes down, what it entails, how long it would be. There's a number of things that would make a difference to me, and I'm sure Mick feels the same way. I mean, after all those years you just can't jump into the deep water, you know."

In the same interview Gramm who underwent surgery for a brain tumour in 1997 says he frequently thinks about retiring. Asked if he's set a date he replies: "Maybe sooner than you think." more on this story

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