Former Foreigner Singer Lou Gramm Explains Decision To End Solo Career

Former Foreigner vocalist Lou Gramm has said he decided to retire from performing as a solo artist as he wanted to spend time at home.More »

Former Foreigner vocalist Lou Gramm has said he decided to retire from performing as a solo artist as he wanted to spend time at home. Gramm announced his semi-retirement at the end of his New York concert on December 29. He spoke in detail to WXXI’s Beth Adams about the decision. “When I left FOREIGNER in 2003, I put together my own band and I’ve been playing with various versions of that band, on and off, [until] last [month],” Gramm said. “And I decided that I’ve been doing this for over 45 years, and we have a little one at home, and I wanted to spend time at home with Robyn Grammatico, (Gramm’s wife) and my baby girl’s name is Luciana.” He added, “(She’s) a year and three months. She’s a little redhead and she’s feisty and sweet and so much fun to be around.” Copyright(c) 2019 RTTNews.com. All Rights ReservedLess «

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