Subject:

Foreigner (Band)

  • Blogs

    July 22, 2014

    Lost '93 Show Reveals "Dio of the Future"

    Dio Live in London -- Hammersmith Apollo 1993 Eagle Rock Entertainment, 114 min., $14.98 DVD/$19.98 Blu-Ray This concert film will be something of a lost treasure to Dio fans. Not only has it never actually been released, but it showcases the group's lesser-celebrated mid-to-late-'90s lineup as we ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 8, 2013

    Five Pop-Culture Places You Wouldn't Expect to See Foreigner

    Did you know last week was Foreigner singer Lou Gramm's birthday? Well, it was on May 2, when he turned 63. So what better way to (belatedly) honor him than to look back at some of the strangest places Gramm has managed to promote his musical career? Yes, Foreigner is a ubiquitous band. The use of ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 24, 2008

    Lost Tuneage: Spooky Tooth

    Who Dat? Spooky Tooth was formed in 1967 out of the ashes of a band called Art, which featured Mike Harrison (vocals/keyboards), Luther Grosvenor (guitar), Greg Ridley (bass), and Mike Kellie (drums). Signed to Chris Blackwell's Island label, Art's debut album went nowhere. Blackwell spotted vocal ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 12, 2007

    Drenched In Blog: Just Can’t Quit You Baby

    Former Honeydrippers frontman Robert Plant and frequent Diddy/David Coverdale collaborator Jimmy Page have decided to reform their earlier group, Led Zeppelin; you may remember their music from several car commercials and films. The one-off set, scheduled for November 26 at London’s O2 arena with ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 31, 2007

    Drenched in Blog: Kekkou desu, Mr. Roboto!

    At this point, after years of blistering irony and sarcastic hipster gushing, are Def Leppard, Styx and Foreigner really all that different from each other? Seriously, guys, wake up and smell the sweat-stained spandex. Most of these bands are sporting less than half their original members, plus they ... More >>

  • Film

    February 25, 1999

    Play It Again, Sham

    A band reunion becomes gentle satire in Still Crazy

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