Foreigner "The Historic Farewell Tour" 2022-2023

The legendary classic rock band with a five decades of thriving history in the music industry has announced his upcoming tour named "The Historic Farewell Tour" starting from July 6, 2023. Buy last-minute Foreigner tickets for the latest concert tour with a 100% money-back guarantee on an authentic & the secure last-minute Concert Ticket Exchange online. To sell live concert tickets, visit HERE. For common questions, visit FAQs section.

About Foreigner (Rock Music Band)

Foreigner is a British-American rock band, founded in New York City in 1976 by veteran British guitarist and songwriter Mick Jones and fellow Briton and ex-King Crimson member Ian McDonald, along with American vocalist Lou Gramm. Their first album, the self-titled Foreigner, was released in 1977. The band was originally known as The New Wave but changed its name to Foreign in 1978. They released a number of successful albums and singles, including "A Hard Day's Night" and "I Want to Be Yours". The group's popularity grew after the release of the band's debut album. Foreign's second album was the critically successful The Best of Foreign, released on Atlantic Records in 1980. In 1982, Foreign released their third album The Last of England, a concept album that explored the history of British rock music. This album featured the singles "The Last Waltz", "Lucky Town", and the title track. After the album's release, McDonald left the group and was replaced by bassist and keyboardist John McVie and guitarist Paul Carr. McVeigh was later replaced with former Foreign members Mick and Lou. By the time of their fifth album Foreigners, which was recorded in 1983, they were no longer a rock group, although they still released several successful singles.

In 1984, McQueen left Foreign and returned to his old band King Crimson. He was then replaced as lead singer and bass guitarist by former King's drummer, Paul Rodgers, who was also a former member of The Moody Blues. Rodgers' tenure with Foreign lasted only one year, however, as he was fired by Atlantic and replaced once again by Mcveigh. His tenure as the lead guitarist lasted for only a year before he left. During the next two years, Rodgers was joined by drummer and vocalists, Steve Hackett, then of King, John Deacon, of Led Zeppelin, Jim Keltner, from Yes, Brian May of Queen, David Gilmour, formerly of Pink Floyd, Mark Taylor, former lead vocal of U2, Gary Moore, bass player for The Who, guitarist for the English band The Stone Roses, drummer for U.K. band the Slits, Dave Holland, keyboard player of Yes and The Rolling Stones. Gilmartin, also known for his work with Rolling Stone, formed the supergroup the Moody Jazz Orchestra, with Gilmar, May, Taylor, and Holland. This line-up toured with The Beatles in the mid-1980s.

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