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Lou Gramm recalled early tour with Foreigner in a March 2019 interview. I used to get from Kiss’ roadies, and from their tour manager, we were the lambs being thrown to the wolves, Gramm tells UCR. However, our first show with Kiss, we got an encore as the opening act. We didn’t even know if we’d be able to play. We only did a couple of shows with them, because our truck slid off the New York State Thruway and tipped over, Gramm notes. We lost all of our equipment, and our record company wouldn’t help us get some more equipment.
Sometimes" Track Info. Primary Artists Mary Lou Turner & Bill Anderson. Sometimes Bill Anderson & Mary Lou Turner.
According to the liner notes, the band originally planned to just "re-record spiritual classics. The focus shifted to strong original material although two interesting covers remain: Billy Preston's "That's the Way God Planned It" and the Parliaments' "(I Wanna) Testify. Sonically, The Lou Gramm Band has some production flourishes, but it's mostly no-nonsense and straightforward
My two lead singers, Lou Gramm and (current frontman) Kelly Hansen, really hit it off like a house on fire and the rest of the guys were happy to be a part of it. It was very emotional. After they play and we play, we come out for an encore and do Juke Box Hero" and Hot Blooded together. A lot of people were wondering whether we could repeat the incredible success of the first album (their 1977 self-titled debut). Plus, we were going head to head with The Rolling Stones' "Some Girls," (which was released the same month as "Double Vision").
Lou Gramm (born Louis Andrew Grammatico; May 2, 1950) is an American rock singer-songwriter, best known for being the original lead singer of the British-American rock band Foreigner. Louis Andrew Grammatico was born on May 2, 1950, in Rochester, New York, the son of Nikki (nee Masetta), a singer, and Bennie Grammatico, a band leader and trumpeter. He attended Gates-Chili High School in Rochester, graduating with the class of 1968. He is also an alumnus of Monroe Community College in Rochester.
Just Between You and Me (Lou Gramm song). Just Between You and Me" is a single by Lou Gramm, from his second solo album Long Hard Look, released in 1989 (See 1989 in music). The song was a number six hit in the US, and was one of two singles released from the record (the other, "True Blue Love", peaked at number 40).